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Bug Bounties: U.S. Companies Pay Out the Most

September 18, 2018 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Vulnerability Assessment and Management

U.S. companies spent $25.4 million paying out bug bounties in 2017 – far outpacing any other country. Canadian companies, in a distant second place, spent $1.5 million, and U.K. companies spent just under $1 million paying out bug bounties.


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