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Bugcrowd Continues Momentum With Strong Growth in Second Fiscal Quarter


SAN FRANCISCO–()–Bugcrowd, the crowdsourced cybersecurity platform, today announced that it continued its strong growth in the second quarter of fiscal 2021, driven by a 133% increase in bookings in its international segment and an increase of more than 50% in international customers. The company also saw a bookings gain of more than 60% in the Information Technology and Services sector globally and more than a 65% jump in the number of programs under management, reflecting the rapid adoption of its crowdsourced cybersecurity solutions.

“Businesses are experiencing changes of tectonic proportions, paving the way for new cyber attacks while leaving them exposed in the process,” said Ashish Gupta, CEO,…



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