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Move beyond point-in-time security

Combine the ingenuity of human security experts with real-time attack surface insight to achieve continuous testing of your evolving digital landscape.

Adversarial security to outsmart cybercriminals

Engage an elite community of ethical hackers to test your applications from an adversarial point of view—finding highly exploitable vulnerabilities before cybercriminals do.
Keep pace with new deployments.

Remove SDLC blockers that come from point-in-time security testing as a release gate.

Prioritize the biggest risks.

Allocate limited resources efficiently by tackling the riskiest issues first, and demonstrate immediate ROI.

Scale security capabilities.

Pressure-test your digital assets, improve operations, and strengthen security hygiene across the SDLC.


of ethical hackers say they can find risks that automation misses

Up to 98%

reduction in recurring vulnerabilities for HackerOne customers


registered ethical hackers on our platform

Who’s using continuous security testing?


Start making the right risk decisions, fast.

Find out what continuous security testing looks like for your business. Contact us today.

How Continuous Attack Resistance Helps Improve Security Maturity

Learn how a preemptive, continuous attack resistance strategy helps organizations improve security maturity as measured by key common frameworks: the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) and the Capability Maturity Model (CMM). Without advanced security maturity, organizations are vulnerable to cyberattacks against their people, products, processes, and technology. After Introducing all key concepts, the paper provides guidance on conducting a self-assessment of security maturity using the NIST CSF and CMM Frameworks.