Alex Rice is the co-founder and chief technology officer of HackerOne, Inc. Mr. Rice leads product and engineering for HackerOne, a platform that enables security researchers to find and report security holes to companies. More than 300 companies, including Adobe, Yahoo, Twitter, Dropbox, Square, and Airbnb, trust HackerOne to enable their vulnerability disclosure process.
Prior to HackerOne, Mr. Rice worked at Facebook for over six years, where he founded the product security team, built one of the industry’s most successful security programs, and introduced new transport layer encryption. He has also served as a senior security researcher at Websense and as a network security engineer for the state of Florida.
Mr. Rice serves on the board of the Internet Bug Bounty, a nonprofit enabling friendly hackers to help build a more secure Internet.
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