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Hackers to the Rescue

As cybercriminals become bolder and more technologically sophisticated, making products as hack-proof as possible can feel overwhelming. Fortunately, developers and manufacturers have access to a worldwide team of experts who think just like the hackers do—because they’re hackers, too.

You could call Bugcrowd cybersecurity’s version of . The San Francisco-based company is also No. 10 on ’s 2019

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