HackerOne Stock

hackerone.comEnterprise Software / CybersecurityFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $161.32MM

HackerOne is the developer of a hacker-powered security platform that aims to help businesses reduce exposure to cyber threats. The platform works by giving organizations access to a community of ethical hackers that work to mitigate cyber security risks by searching, finding, and reporting on security weaknesses. The platform also features code security audits and a Vulnerability Disclosure Program (VDP). HackerOne was founded by Alex Rice, Jobert Abma, Merijn Terheggen, and Michiel Prins in 2012 and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Management Team

Michiel Prins
Co-Founder and Product Lead
Alex Rice
Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder
Marten Mickos
Chief Executive Officer
Jobert Abma
Co-Founder & Engineering
Jayson Noland
Chief Financial Officer
Mahesh Chukkapali
Chief Operating Officer
Ilona Cohen JD
Chief Legal Officer, Chief Policy Officer & Corporate Secretary
Tim Matthews
Chief Marketing Officer

Board Members

Hilarie Koplow-McAdams
New Enterprise Associates
Bill Gurley
Constantine Saab
Valor Equity Partners

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News Highlights

HackerOne and Semgrep Partner to Streamline Code Review for Modern Development
HackerOne, a leader in human-powered security, partners with Semgrep for enhanced code security, merging Semgrep's automated tools with HackerOne PullRequest expertise for validated code analysis. This partnership aims to streamline development and security workflows, boosting collaboration, scalability, and accuracy in code reviews by integrating within existing processes. Semgrep's technology, combined with human insight, addresses the challenges of false positives and scalability, offering timely, context-rich security solutions for agile development teams.
Zoom Awards $3.9M to Bug Bounty Hunters
To attract professional hackers, Zoom created a private program via the cybersecurity company, HackerOne, which Zoom describes as the “industry’s leading provider” for connecting with IT security professionals. It also sought to attract talent through events, such as H1-702.
HackerOne Surpasses $230 Million in Paid Bug Bounties
Bug bounty platform HackerOne says ethical hackers have identified and reported more than 65,000 software vulnerabilities in 2022.
Updated on: Apr 18, 2024


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