The Complete Guide to Crowdsourced Security Testing

We’re pleased to share with you our latest report: The Complete Guide to Crowdsourced Security Testing. “Crowdsourcing” is today’s security trend that CISOs seem ever-more ready to adopt. This report is intended for the decision-makers who want to break through the noise and the confusion in order to choose the best way to harness ethical hackers for their organization’s needs.

The old way of doing security has failed, and more organizations are starting to trust crowdsourced ethical hackers to help with the growing demands of cybersecurity in a world that is technologically complex and increasingly threatened. As Crowdsourced Testing Solutions, including bug bounty programs, vulnerability discovery and hacker-powered penetration testing solutions have become viable options for a growing number of security leaders in recent years, defining the landscape and describing the differences and evolution of different offerings is overdue

At Synack, we have earned our position as experts in the field of crowdsourced security testing. With an established base of loyal, security-conscious enterprise customers, Synack protects billions of dollars of Fortune 500 revenue, trillions of dollars in financial assets, and the reputation of top global brands. We have based the analysis in this report on the data we have gathered through thousands of tests over the last few years; including hacker demographics, hacker activity, vulnerabilities found, vulnerabilities not found (but searched for), customer demographics, customer asset data and security of those assets over time. To avoid bias to Synack’s enterprise and government customers, we also decided to include published data from other companies that offer Crowdsourced Security Testing solutions. These include Bugcrowd, Cobalt, and HackerOne alongside Synack. Thank you for taking the time to learn more about crowdsourced security testing. Enjoy

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