Your Best Ally for VDP and Beyond
The U.S. Department of Defense has resolved more than 25,000 valid vulnerabilities through the HackerOne Attack Resistance Platform.
If you're not seeing that kind of success at your agency, it's time to look at new options for your CISA BOD-mandated VDP and more.
Protecting the nation since 2016
For 7 years and counting, HackerOne has partnered with the Department of Defense, General Services Administration (GSA), all branches of the Armed Forces, and other federal agencies—delivering safe, trusted, and efficient security via the world's largest community of skills-verified and background-checked ethical hackers.
FedRAMP Tailored LI-SaaS authorized vendor
FedRAMP is a U.S. federal government program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring of cloud products and services to ensure that the proper level of security is in place when government agencies seek to access them. We are FedRAMP Authorized at the Tailored Low-Impact SaaS level. Our authorization package can be obtained by agencies from the FedRAMP PMO.
We support your zero trust strategy
Learn how human security testing helps the U.S. government’s zero trust mandate.
Questions about VDP? Consult our security experts.
According to the CISA binding operational directive 20-01, federal agencies must implement a VDP. The directive has many federal agencies asking questions such as:
- How do we set up a system for quickly triaging vulnerabilities that both satisfies compliance requirements and doesn’t overwhelm our team?
- How do we manage inbound vulnerability reports and communicate with external researchers safely and efficiently?
- How do we satisfy all CISA requirements before the deadline without compromising our holistic security posture?
Speak with a Security Expert
Our security experts are here to consult you on the best course of action for your agency.
Serving those who serve our nation
- Federal Civilian Agencies
- Defense Agencies
- Government Contractors
- Aerospace Companies
Hack the Pentagon
For 7-plus years, HackerOne has partnered with the U.S. Department of Defense to defend their assets, starting with Hack the Pentagon‘s vulnerability disclosure program. Kris Johnson, Director of the VDP at the DoD, says “researchers are telling us what’s wrong with our systems. We have a ton of success stories.” That success has encouraged the DoD to proactively embrace crowdsourced security, saving $64 million and achieving nearly 800% ROI.
In partnership with Chief Digital and Artificial Intelligence Office (CDAO), Directorate for Digital Services (DDS), and DoD Cyber Crime Center (DC3), HackerOne launched the Hack U.S. bug bounty challenge, allowing ethical hackers from around the globe to earn monetary rewards for reporting of critical and high vulnerabilities from within the DoD VDP published scope. The bug bounty program attracted 267 hackers and surfaced 349 actionable vulnerabilities in just 7 days.
Professional hackers are a critical extension of our team. This bounty challenge shows the extra value we can earn by leveraging their subject matter expertise in an incentivized manner.
HackerOne security solutions for US federal government
The HackerOne Attack Resistance Platform helps your agency outsmart cybercriminals—continuously testing your attack surface from an offensive point of view to find the most critical vulnerabilities.
Partner with HackerOne for Fed/SLED Security
HackerOne's mission is to build a safer internet—and thereby a safer government. If that's your goal, too, get in touch to discuss how we can join forces to enhance your security portfolio and eliminate complexity for your security customers. You'll be in good company:
Accreditation and compliance
- FedRAMP Tailored LI-Saas Authorized
- ISO 27001: Info Sec Mgmt. System Certified
- SOC 2 Type II