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HackerOne connects organizations with the most trusted global hacker community to identify and fix vulnerabilities before they can be exploited. By facilitating hacker communications and payments, integrating with existing security workflows, and managing the vulnerability lifecycle within the HackerOne SaaS platform, customers across industries can scale security and reduce risk. The full-featured security solutions are available in AWS Marketplace, providing security from development to production. HackerOne customers include Goldman Sachs, Starbucks, The U.S. Department of Defense and more.


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Vulnerability Disclosure Programs tailored to your threat profile to create an open channel for third-parties to report potentially unknown and harmful vulnerabilities directly to your security team.

Bring enterprise security to agile cloud deployments. Amazon Web Services (AWS) brings you the agility of the cloud in a broadly distributed, stable platform that's trusted around the world. But moving quickly to the cloud can result in missteps and put your data at risk, negating the benefits of cloud infrastructure, especially if you don't have a hacker-powered security plan in place. Hacker-powered security connects organizations with ethical hackers looking to hack for good. It has become increasingly important for global organizations to secure their attack surface by embedding hacker-powered security to ensure vulnerabilities are found before they are exploited. HackerOne offers an agile model that evolves with your business.

Redefining traditional pentests for cloud experience. As your organization's cloud footprint expands on AWS, you need to ensure security and compliance are properly implemented and continuously maintained, regardless of how dynamic, distributed or abstracted your AWS environments become. Penetration testing is an essential step to maintaining compliance and reducing the attack footprint, but traditional pentesting lacks the expertise and methodologies needed to perform a successful AWS cloud engagement. Pentesting can help companies understand where they need to strengthen their security defenses, but it's critical to have testing depth and diversity in the process. HackerOne's community carries deep knowledge within cloud security and the hacker perspective provides a new view on what services may be exploited and how adversaries target cloud infrastructure.

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