Feb. 12, 2024, 10:33 a.m. | Ingrid Lunden

TechCrunch techcrunch.com

Bugcrowd — the startup that taps into a database of half a million hackers to help organizations like OpenAI and the U.S. government set up and run bug bounty programs, cash rewards to freelancers who can identify bugs and vulnerabilities in their code — has picked up a big cash award of its own to […]


© 2024 TechCrunch. All rights reserved. For personal use only.

ai bug bounty bugcrowd bugs code database enterprise freelancers government hackers identify openai organizations platform security set snaps startup u.s. government vulnerabilities

Doctoral Researcher (m/f/div) in Automated Processing of Bioimages

@ Leibniz Institute for Natural Product Research and Infection Biology (Leibniz-HKI) | Jena

Research Scholar (Technical Research)

@ Centre for the Governance of AI | Hybrid; Oxford, UK

Lead Software Engineer, Machine Learning

@ Monarch Money | Remote (US)

Investigator, Data Science

@ GSK | Stevenage

Alternance - Assistant.e Chef de Projet Data Business Intelligence (H/F)

@ Pernod Ricard | FR - Paris - The Island

Expert produit Big Data & Data Science - Services Publics - Nantes

@ Sopra Steria | Nantes, France