The 10 Coolest Security Startups Of 2016 (So Far)


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Bugcrowd

CEO: Casey Ellis

Crowdsource application security testing company Bugcrowd continued to gain momentum in 2016, landing $15 million in Series B funding in April and seeing increased traction for the solution in large enterprises, with companies larger than 5,000 employees accounting for 44 percent of those launching bug bounty programs. The San Francisco-based company's Crowdcontrol solution brings together a “crowd” of independent cybersecurity researchers that companies can leverage to test their application security, rather than using a single security researcher or scanner, and a platform to manage the tests and payouts to researchers.




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