Today it was announced that Intigriti has won the Rising Star award. The Rising Star 2020 by Deloitte ranks the fastest-growing tech companies in Belgium, based on their level of innovation, growth potential and scalability.
The Rising Star is the award for the most promising young tech start-ups in Belgium and part of the Deloitte Technology Fast 50. Tech companies under the age of five automatically take part in the Rising Star category.
Making the world a safer place
Stijn Jans, CEO of Intigriti: “We’re incredibly proud to receive this title, it confirms our firm belief that more than ever, the crowd can be empowered by technology to make the world a safer place. It’s not only a great recognition for our team that has given their absolute best efforts in the past few years and will continue to do so, but also for the more than 20.000 ethical hackers that are joining us in our mission to embrace sustainable security testing, for everyone. We’d like to thank the large group of customers that already have great faith in our way of working and we can only look forward to making an even bigger impact on their security maturity in the future!”
Inti de Ceukelaire, Head of Hackers at Intigriti adds: “Without the team of over 20,000 ethical hackers, we wouldn’t be where we are today. This award is above all a great recognition of the efforts we have made as a growing community at Intigriti. Together we have been able to identify and help resolve thousands of critical security vulnerabilities. I am very proud of that.”
Harnessing the wisdom of the crowd
By harnessing the ‘wisdom of the crowd’, Intigriti connects over 20,000 ethical hackers from 130 different countries with organizations to test and improve their security. Intigriti transforms traditional testing techniques to a more dynamic and data-driven approach through continuous pentesting, bug bounty and asset monitoring solutions. This approach is the evolution of security testing and is more suitable for today’s dynamic environment.
Intigriti was founded in 2016 by its CEO, Stijn Jans, then an experienced cyber security consultant and entrepreneur who saw the need for a company like Intigriti in the market. Together with his strong team in Belgium, Stijn has developed one of the market-leading ethical hacking security companies with over 100 customers and the most engaged ethical hacking community in Europe.