Bugcrowd

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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. The company focuses on the financial services, automotive, retail, healthcare, and technology industries.

TypePrivate
Founded2012
HQSan Francisco, CA, US
Websitebugcrowd.com
Employee Ratings4.1
Overall CultureB+

Latest Updates

Employees (est.) (Apr 2021)1,551(+3%)
Job Openings22
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Bugcrowd

Ashish Gupta

Ashish Gupta

CEO and President
Casey Ellis

Casey Ellis

Chairman, Founder, and CTO
Mark O'Connor

Mark O'Connor

Chief Financial Officer
David Baker

David Baker

CSO
Jason Haddix

Jason Haddix

VP of Trust & Security
David Castignola

David Castignola

Chief Revenue Officer
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Bugcrowd Office Locations

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

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2012

Bugcrowd total Funding

$78.7 m

Bugcrowd latest funding size

$30 m

Time since last funding

a year 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 Operating Metrics

Apr, 2020Jul, 2020

Countries Covered

29

Industries Served

65

Trademarks

2
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Bugcrowd Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

A

90/100

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Bugcrowd Online and Social Media Presence

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Bugcrowd Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    B+

    85/100

  • CEO Rating

    C-

    67/100

  • Compensation

    C+

    73/100

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Bugcrowd News and Updates

LifeLabs Launches Vulnerability Disclosure Program with Bugcrowd

Leading Canadian laboratory services provider partners with cyber security research community to strengthen security posture and further protect customer data Leading Canadian laboratory services provider partners with cyber security research community to strengthen security posture and further prot…

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…
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Bugcrowd Blogs

The LevelUp CFP is open! Calling all Speakers!

Hello friends! Are you interested in speaking at an upcoming LevelUp virtual conference or event? Well, you’re in luck! Our LevelUp CFP is open! You can now submit your talk ideas to our CFP intake form for consideration!  Click here… The post The LevelUp CFP is open! Calling all Speakers! appeared …

The Ultimate Guide to Bugcrowd Incentive Programs

Welcome to the Ultimate Guide to Bugcrowd Incentive Programs! Ever wondered how you can get your hands on some Bugcrowd Swag? Well I’m here to break it all down for you. In fact, we have a number of ways that… The post The Ultimate Guide to Bugcrowd Incentive Programs appeared first on Bugcrowd.

How to Succeed in Bug Bounties as a Pentester

TL;DR: As a pentester, when I first started bug bounties, it was hard. I had to change my hacking style to start earning decent money. Read on to find out exactly what changed. When I first started bug bounties, I… The post How to Succeed in Bug Bounties as a Pentester appeared first on Bugcrowd.

Is Foundational Knowledge (Networking, Coding, Linux) Really That Important When Learning to Hack?

I receive a lot of messages from people who are just starting out on their hacking journey. One of the most common questions that gets asked is “what prerequisite knowledge is required to start learning hacking?”. This question comes in… The post Is Foundational Knowledge (Networking, Coding, Linux)…

VRT v1.10 Released: Flash downgrades and extended automative categorization

In our tenth release of the Vulnerability Rating Taxonomy (VRT), we’re continuing to meet the goals we prioritized from the start: Collaborate with the community to collect feedback and expertise to drive improvement Maintain a taxonomy that reflects  the latest… The post VRT v1.10 Released: Flash d…

The Ultimate Guide to Finding and Escalating XSS Bugs

What is XSS? Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) is the most common vulnerability discovered on web applications. It occurs when an attacker is able to execute client-side JavaScript in another user’s browser.  XSS is a very interesting and dynamic bug class for… The post The Ultimate Guide to Finding and Es…
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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 O'Connor.

  • How many employees does Bugcrowd have?

    Bugcrowd has 1,551 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.