PayMongo, one of the hottest startups in the Philippines, with investors including Y-combinator, Founders Fund, Peter Thiel and Stripe among others, is launching a bug bounty program (BBP) on May 11, 2020, as part of its commitment to building a modern payments infrastructure with the highest security and privacy standards. The Philippine fintech startup is tapping Secuna's trusted community of cybersecurity researchers to stay up to date with the latest security standards and to uncover security vulnerabilities under PayMongo products and services.

In coordination with Secuna, PayMongo will pay security researchers up to U.S. $1,000 for each critical security vulnerability discovered and reported on Secuna's Discover Platform.

PayMongo was launched in June 2019 and is dedicated to enhancing and maintaining the security of its products and client information through Secuna's coordinated vulnerability disclosure and bug bounty platform.

To learn more about the PayMongo Bug Bounty Program, visit