We have the pleasure every day of working with some of the most innovative companies in the world. By listening and iterating on feedback from them, we’re working hard to develop industry changing products and services. See what just a few of our customers have to say.

  • Twilio

    “Our bug bounty plays a key role in our product security program. It has helped us to define and shape this program. We are getting access to a large talent pool who are incentivized to test, find and report security vulnerabilities on our platform. This is a win-win situation for everyone.”

  • Fitbit

    Learn more about why Fitbit utilizes the crowd to improve product security and focus testing efforts.

  • Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

    FCA US is the first full-line automaker to offer a paid public bug bounty program, leveraging Bugcrowd to enhance the safety and security of FCA US consumers, their vehicles and connected services with bounty payouts up to $1,500.

  • Okta

    "Efficiency and effectiveness of the crowd is really why we bring them on… Because we have the crowd involved in the vulnerability management program, it’s helped in expanding of our team for a fraction of the cost. Now my internal resources are better utilized.” - David Baker, CSO, Okta

  • Western Union

    As a complex financial services organization, Western Union needs to fill any and all security gaps. Watch the video to learn how the crowd helps.

  • Instructure

    “The cybersecurity landscape is an ever evolving one, so we knew we had to do something different, something innovative with this year’s audit, and that is what Bugcrowd offered us.” - Q. Wade Billings, Director of Global Operations and Security, Instructure

  • Aruba Networks

    Learn how Aruba utilized Bugcrowd's top performing researchers in a private bug bounty program for over two years in our recent customer case study.


    The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) utilizes to Bugcrowd to run bounty programs on their open source security tools to add an extra layer of trust to tools used by hundreds of security teams.

  • Barracuda Networks

    Barracuda has a rich history of working with the bug bounty community. By partnering with Bugcrowd, Barracuda is hoping to reach more researchers and improve the experience researchers have with the program.

  • Skyscanner

    Stuart Hirst, IT Security Manager for Skyscanner, reveals why their security team turned to Bugcrowd's Flex bounty to "improve the security of [their] code and allow [them] to further develop our ‘Hack Yourself First’ approach."

  • Zephyr Health

    Learn how with Bugcrowd’s help, the Zephyr Health team has transformed its' development and overarching culture to prioritize security in this 30 minute webinar.

  • Lyst

    High fashion online retailer, Lyst, launched their public bug bounty program in early 2016 to continue keeping their customer data safe. Read more about why.

  • Pinterest

    “We highly encourage the whitehat hacker community to use our program and report bugs, which helps us keep Pinners safe and increase our security posture,” -Paul Moreno, former Sr. Security Engineer, Pinterest

  •'s Greg Knaddison, Director of Engineering, and Matt Chapman, Sr. Open Source Platforms Engineer discuss the benefits of their bug bounty program. Greg is also an advisory board member (volunteer) with the Drupal Association.

  • WINK

    “It’s a no brainer. You’re getting a much larger pool of people with different back grounds… whether they’re cloud or mobile or firmware and they’re looking at the product. You get a much better sense of the quality and security of the device rather than going to one or two people.” -Brian Knopf, Principal Security Advisor

  • (ISC)2

    Since 2013, (ISC)2 has been both a customer and a partner of Bugcrowd, running a public bug bounty program and offering CPE credits to those maintining their CISSP certification. 


    “Bugcrowd identified solutions and workflows that fit nicely into our company and current process.” - Aaron Phillips

  • Movember

    "Bugcrowd provides a variety of resources to look at our site and have many different eyes looking at our security and vulnerabilities." - Stephen CollettMovember Solutions Architect