Bugcrowd Stock

bugcrowd.comEnterprise Software / CybersecurityFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $142.49MM

Taking a crowdsourcing approach to hiring, Bugcrowd is a company that focuses on cybersecurity. The company offers a platform that coders can join by applying designed to help Bugcrowd clients identify security vulnerabilities within their technology infrastructure. By employing what the company describes as ‘ethical hackers,’ Bugcrowd aims to help companies reduce risk and bring technology products to market faster. Bugcrowd was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Team

Management Team

Casey Ellis
Founder & Chief Strategy Officer
Dave Gerry
Chief Executive Officer
Robert Taccini
Chief Financial Officer
Tanya Gay
Chief Operating Officer
Nicholas McKenzie
Chief Information and Security Officer
Emily Ferdinando
Chief Marketing Officer
Paul Ciesielski
Chief Revenue Officer

Board Members

Arthur Coviello Jr.
Rally Ventures
Charles Beeler
Rally Ventures
Dain DeGroff
Triangle Peak Partners
Mark Crane
General Catalyst
Mason Yates
Blackbird Ventures
Michael Jennings
Rally Ventures
Niki Scevak
Blackbird Ventures
Paul Sagan
General Catalyst

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News Highlights

Bugcrowd snaps up $102M for a ‘bug bounty’ security platform that taps 500K+ hackers
Bugcrowd receives $102 million for its new cyber security platform.
Bug bounty platform Bugcrowd raises $30 million
Bugcrowd, a bug bounty platform that connects companies with security researchers, has raised $30 million in a series D round of funding.
Bugcrowd, which pays people to legally hack into companies like Tesla and Mastercard, raised $30 million during the market meltdown. Here's why the cybersecurity startup is having its biggest month.
Bugcrowd CEO Ashish Gupta says companies are prioritizing security as more people work from home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Updated on: Feb 28, 2024

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