HackerOne, a hacker-powered pentest and bug bounty platform, announced a partnership with OPPO. One of the world’s most well-known mobile phone manufacturers, OPPO, will improve the security of its products and services, and contribute to a safer internet by engaging the world’s security research community with HackerOne.
OPPO has always attached great importance to the security of its products and services. With over 320 million monthly active users of ColorOS, and a rapidly expanding online presence, cybersecurity remains at the forefront. In 2018, OPPO established the OPPO Security Response Center (OSRC) to enhance their cybersecurity. By working with the security research community they found and safely resolved security weaknesses. Today, the goal of the OSRC remains to promote cooperation and communication with ethical hackers and to identify security vulnerabilities before they can be exploited by cybercriminals. This partnership with HackerOne further signifies OPPO’s support of the global security research community and their vital role in reducing cyber risk.
“HackerOne works with the world’s largest community of security researchers to help companies around the world reduce cyber risk,” Peng Xing, OSRC Operation Manager. “We are excited to partner with HackerOne to strengthen the protection for our customers and provide a beneficial environment for security researchers.”
OPPO and HackerOne’s partnership includes the launch of a private, invite-only bug bounty program hosted on HackerOne. A private program invites a select group of trusted security researchers to look for security vulnerabilities in exchange for a reward. A future public bug bounty program is expected.
OPPO joins HackerOne’s more than 1,750 customer programs, including The U.S. Department of Defense, General Motors, Google, PayPal, Hyatt, Twitter, Nintendo, Microsoft, MINDEF Singapore, Qualcomm, Starbucks, and Dropbox.
“Cyber incidents have increased in volume, complexity and impact at internet speeds and organizations like OPPO are seeing the benefits of hacker-powered security to safeguard their most critical digital assets,” said Attley Ng, HackerOne Vice President, Asia-Pacific. “We are thrilled to partner with a leader like OPPO to help protect their 320 million active monthly users while creating more opportunities for the research community.