HackerOne launches partner program, announces Partnership with APNT

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HackerOne, provider of human-powered security, has launched its first partner program, PartnerOne. APNT also joined as a part of this new, growing partner network.

HackerOne launched the program to meet a growing demand for cybersecurity solutions that leverage the global ethical hacker community. PartnerOne gives partners the ability to sell HackerOne solutions through their own channels, reducing commercial barriers for customers wanting to adopt human-powered security, which identifies vulnerabilities that automated testing fails to detect.

“With the addition of HackerOne, our customers have gained access to leading human-powered security solutions, which complement and extend our existing suite of offerings,” said Remco Poortvliet, CTO at APNT. “Our customers can now access an extensive, global community of ethical hackers and benefit from AI red teaming, bug bounty programs, and penetration testing.”

PartnerOne primarily supports channel and technology partners, including value-added resellers (VAR), solutions providers, and referral partners, among others. The program offers partners comprehensive support to get the most out of HackerOne, with tools like free online training and enablement, opportunity management, lead source sharing, renewals managers, and more. The company appointed John Addeo as VP of Global Channels, to bring his more than two decades of global enterprise IT and cybersecurity business expertise to lead PartnerOne.

“A rapidly evolving threat landscape has driven strong market demand for the adversarial testing skills, services, and risk reduction that only ethical hackers can provide,” said John Addeo, VP of Global Channels at HackerOne. “Expanding access to HackerOne across the channel enables our growing partner network to build an additional revenue opportunity and support their customers through increasingly complex cybersecurity challenges.”

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