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Bugcrowd is a company that develops a crowdsourced security platform. It connects businesses with researchers testing their applications. Bugcrowd enables companies to reduce risk and release secure products to the market.

HQSan Francisco, US
Employee Ratings3.4

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Employees (est.) (Oct 2020)1,378(+3%)
Job Openings9
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at Bugcrowd

Ashish Gupta

Ashish Gupta

Casey Ellis

Casey Ellis

Chairman, Founder, and CTO
Mark Milani

Mark Milani

Global Head of Product and Engineering
Andy Burtis

Andy Burtis

Rick Beattie

Rick Beattie

VP of Global Sales
Mark O'Connor

Mark O'Connor

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Bugcrowd Office Locations

Bugcrowd has offices in San Francisco, Surry Hills and London
San Francisco, US (HQ)
921 Front St #100, San Francisco
Surry Hills, AU
Suite 202, Level 2/441-449 Elizabeth St
London, GB
91 Aldwych, Holborn
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Bugcrowd Financials and Metrics

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Bugcrowd total Funding

$78.7 m

Bugcrowd latest funding size

$30 m

Time since last funding

6 months ago

Bugcrowd investors

Bugcrowd's latest funding round in April 2020 was reported to be $30 m. In total, Bugcrowd has raised $78.7 m
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Bugcrowd News and Updates

NAB has launched a crowd-sourced bug bounty program with Bugcrowd

Big four bank NAB has launched the first bug bounty program for Australian banking in a partnership with crowd-sourced security company Bugcrowd. NAB will reward vetted security researchers who uncover previously undisclosed vulnerabilities in the bank’s tech environment. But to take part, you must …

Decrypted: Zoom’s security fallout, Crowdstrike’s new CTO, Bugcrowd raises $30M

Another week in quarantine. As the world adjusts to working from home under mandatory stay-at-home orders, hackers are keeping busy. Microsoft said this week that coronavirus-related attacks are on the rise but still make up just a fraction of the overall malicious activity. Cybersecurity companies …

Bugcrowd raises $30M in Series D to expand its bug bounty platform

Bug bounty and vulnerability disclosure platform Bugcrowd has raised $30 million in its Series D funding round. The San Francisco-headquartered company said the round brings the total amount raised to $80 million since the company was founded in 2011. This latest round was led by Rally Ventures, whi…

Crowdsourced cybersecurity platform startup Bugcrowd raises $30M

Crowdsourced cybersecurity platform startup Bugcrowd Inc. today announced it has raised $30 million in new funding to accelerate the expansion of its platform. The Series D round was led by Rally Ventures and included unnamed new and existing investors. Founded in 2012, BugCrowd connects companies …

Security startup Bugcrowd on crowdsourcing bug bounties: ‘Cybersecurity is a people problem’

For a cybersecurity company, Bugcrowd relies much more on people than it does on technology. For as long as humans are writing software, developers and programmers are going to make mistakes, said Casey Ellis, the company’s founder and chief technology officer in an interview TechCrunch from his San…

Bugcrowd Named To Fast Company's Annual List Of The World's Most Innovative Companies for 2019

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Bugcrowd, the #1 crowdsourced security company, announced that it has been named to Fast Company's prestigious list of the World's Most Innovative Companies (MIC) for 2019. The list honors the businesses making the most profound impact...
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Bugcrowd Blogs

How-To: FFUF with Codingo

One of the areas we’re most passionate about here at Bugcrowd is hacker education, and elevating the Crowd to new heights. This extends beyond our roles and is something many of us are passionate about in our personal time as… The post How-To: FFUF with Codingo appeared first on Bugcrowd.

Customer Spotlight: Skyscanner

Do you know your way around E-Commerce flows? Do you have experience with creative exploitation of vulnerabilities? Then we have the perfect program for you. Skyscanner, an online travel marketplace,  is looking for you! About the Program Skyscanner’s bug bounty… The post Customer Spotlight: Skyscan…

A Byte-ful with TomNomNom

Without a doubt, tomnomnom is one of my favourite hackers. I look up to his tools and mindset. Recently, I was able to sit down and have a long chat with him. In this podcast, Tom goes into detail and… The post A Byte-ful with TomNomNom appeared first on Bugcrowd.

Bugcrowd’s October Challenge Month!

Can you say ‘Cybersecurity Awareness Month’ 10-times, fast? Bugcrowd is excited to announce a special Program Challenge for the month of October to celebrate Cybersecurity Awareness. We will be running a set of challenges that get progressively more difficult each… The post Bugcrowd’s October Challe…

Can the Crowd Handle Network Pen Testing?

Advances in firewalls and cloud security providers have greatly reduced risk to network infrastructure. But these advances have only served to deter low-level threats, while failing to combat complex risk from highly skilled malicious attackers. Modern penetration testing can help,… The post Can the…

Researcher Profiles: Resumes in Platform and Profile Changes

Noticing anything new lately? We have been making major improvements to the Researcher experience on the Bugcrowd platform. Some of these changes enhance the profile design and workflow for users. Others offer new ways to show us who you are… The post Researcher Profiles: Resumes in Platform and Pro…
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Bugcrowd Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Bugcrowd founded?

    Bugcrowd was founded in 2012.

  • Who are Bugcrowd key executives?

    Bugcrowd's key executives are Ashish Gupta, Casey Ellis and Mark Milani.

  • How many employees does Bugcrowd have?

    Bugcrowd has 1,378 employees.

  • Who are Bugcrowd competitors?

    Competitors of Bugcrowd include Zscaler, Synack and HackerOne.

  • Where is Bugcrowd headquarters?

    Bugcrowd headquarters is located at 921 Front St #100, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are Bugcrowd offices?

    Bugcrowd has offices in San Francisco, Surry Hills and London.

  • How many offices does Bugcrowd have?

    Bugcrowd has 3 offices.