I strongly suspect that it's a "pill bug" (in the Armadillidiidae family). One of the very distinguishing features of these bugs is that they roll up into a ball when disturbed, as a self-defense mechanism. The one in your picture seems to be doing that (although, half-assedly), possibly irritated by some bloke moving the leaf around and positioning it for a picture.
Now, pill bugs aren't exactly plant ravagers. They're mostly harmless and thrive on damp/decomposing matter. If you:
- use wood chips as mulch instead of compost or proper mulch
- have decaying matter nearby
- have a moist soil/mulch pretty much most of the time in inadequate sunlight
then the chances of your finding these bugs are quite high. The simplest way of controlling them would be to change the above conditions so that they don't like the surroundings and leave on their own.
I usually ignore these in my garden, and hence cannot recommend any pesticide organic or otherwise. However, I highly doubt that any of them would actually be effective, as these creatures have a protective shell on their backs that would prevent/delay penetration of the poison and also, they're not exactly the type of pests that commercial products are manufactured for.