Jobert Abma Co-Founder
Jobert was selected to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in 2017 for the Consumer Technology category. He attended Hanze University of Applied Sciences and studied Technical Computer Science. He started his first company, Online24, in 2007. In November 2012, he cofounded HackerOne, a bounty service platform directed at finding bugs in software. The company has raised $34 million and companies such as Adobe , Twitter , and LinkedIn have used HackerOne's services.
HackerOne is the #1 vulnerability management and bug bounty platform.
Our products and services - along with our community of more than 100,000 hackers who have earned more than $20M in bounty payouts as a result of their creative, intelligent work - empower security teams to take a proactive approach to protecting their applications, networks, and customers.
HackerOne's mission is to make the Internet safer for everyone and was founded by the pioneers behind bug bounty programs at Facebook, Google, and Microsoft.