Crowdsourced cybersecurity. Bugcrowd is the premier marketplace for security testing on web, mobile, source code and client-side applications. By incentivizing security testers to report vulnerabilities in your app, our crowdsourced community of testers bring extensive testing coverage. Bug bounties are utilized by Facebook, Mozilla, and Google, but require resources not available to every company. We solve this problem by managing the entire bug bounty program for you. From setup to validations to distributing rewards, we provide a comprehensive solution so your team can focus solely on solving security issues.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Francisco, US
Founded
2012
Size (employees)
263 (est)+4%
Bugcrowd was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Bugcrowd Office Locations

Bugcrowd has offices in San Francisco and Sydney
San Francisco, US (HQ)
921 Front Street First Floor

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Founding Date

2012

Total Funding

$24.2 m

Latest funding size

$15 m

Time since last funding

over 1 year

Investors

Bugcrowd's latest funding round in April 2016 was reported to be $15 m. In total, Bugcrowd has raised $24.2 m

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Bugcrowd News and Updates

Car hacking is the future – and sooner or later you'll be hit

Security is finally being taken seriously but the fact that we are increasingly entrusting our lives to self-driving cars creates unease“Car companies are finally realising that what they sell is just a big computer you sit in,” Kevin Tighe, a senior systems engineer at security testing firm Bugcrow…

Attention nerds: Chrysler announces bug bounty program

 If you like poking, prodding, and proving big corporations wrong, has FCA US got a challenge for you. FCA US is the umbrella company for Fiat, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, and Ram, and it wants you to find potential vulnerabilities in their vehicles’ cybersecurity systems. And they’ll give you money for …

Chrysler Launches Detroit’s First ‘Bug Bounty’ for Hackers

The rewards program, though limited, is another sign that the auto industry is starting to take the threat of car hacking seriously. The post Chrysler Launches Detroit's First 'Bug Bounty' for Hackers appeared first on WIRED.

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