HackerOne, a leading security organization, announced the range of new integrations and partnerships that boost its platform better fit with pre-existing development and security workflows. New partnerships include agreements with PagerDuty and ServiceNow to serve dynamic updates of important liabilities and help clients to respond proactively to attacks and threat actors.
New log aggregation and class data tool were provided via integrations with Sumo Logic and Splunk. Clients and end-users can now use Brinqa and Kenna Security to import data to these applications from HackerOne. Collaboration with HackEdu, the cybersecurity training company, will enable easy adaptation of the developer training with liabilities identified by hackers in the customer programs.