HackerOne

HackerOne is a SaaS platform that enables security researchers to find and report security holes to companies before they can get exploited. More than 200 companies, including Adobe, Yahoo, Twitter, Dropbox, Square and Airbnb, trust HackerOne to enable their vulnerability disclosure process. In the new era of mega-breaches, it's time to re-raise the shields, as a community.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Francisco, US
Founded
2012
Size (employees)
290 (est)+7%
HackerOne was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People at HackerOne

Alex Rice

Alex Rice

CTO & Co-founder
Michiel Prins

Michiel Prins

Co-founder
Jobert Abma

Jobert Abma

Co-founder

HackerOne Office Locations

HackerOne has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
114 Sansome St

HackerOne Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2012

Total Funding

$114 m

Latest funding size

$40 m

Time since last funding

6 months

Investors

HackerOne's latest funding round in February 2017 was reported to be $40 m. In total, HackerOne has raised $114 m

Traffic Overview of HackerOne

HackerOne Online and Social Media Presence

HackerOne News and Updates

HackerOne receives investment from EQT Ventures to boost European presence

HackerOne, the cybersecurity firm founded by Dutch entrepreneurs, has announced new plans for its European expansion and added EQT Ventures as one of its investors. HackerOne, which runs a bug bounty platform for companies, has been growing its European presence and has added major new clients inclu…

YouPorn taps HackerOne to launch bug bounty program with rewards of up to $25,000

“Adult entertainment” site YouPorn is the latest technology brand to turn to the white-hat hacker community to help squish bugs in its online properties. The Los Angeles-headquartered firm — owned by a company called MindGeek that operates a slew of sites across the broadder Pornhub Network — says t…

The startup paying people to legally hack Uber, Nintendo, and Starbucks just got another $40 million to keep growing

HackerOne, a marketplace where companies can pay hackers to spot and fix security flaws in their software, has raised another $40 million in venture capital funding in a round led by Dragoneer Investment Group.  The technical term for what HackerOne does is offer "bug bounti…

Bug bounty platform HackerOne raises $40 million to help companies identify vulnerabilities

HackerOne, a vulnerability identification platform that helps connect security-conscious businesses with bug hunters, has raised $40 million in a Series C round led by Dragoneer Investment Group. Founded out of San Francisco in 2012, HackerOne helps companies identify weaknesses in their online syst…

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