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HackerOne appoints Jayson Noland as Chief Financial Officer
Fri, 2nd Dec 2022
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Jayson Noland has been appointed as Chief Financial Officer.

Noland holds nearly two decades of experience driving investor relations, financial management, and equity analysis of public and private companies. His expertise and proven success guiding cybersecurity brands will help him lead financial strategy to ensure a healthy balance sheet for HackerOne as it grows the platform and overall business.

"HackerOne has a unique offering and a brand that stands out in a busy cybersecurity marketplace," Noland says.

"Every company on the Forbes Global 2000 needs to engage with the global ethical hacking community to ensure resistance to attack and join the thousands of customers that already rely on HackerOne. I see a wonderful opportunity to lead a financial strategy that complements business growth as HackerOne expands its iconic brand and platform."

As Cloudflare's VP of Strategic Finance, Treasury, and IR, Noland steered the company through IPO, helping lead a financial strategy that expanded Cloudflare's revenue run rate from $100 million to $1 billion.

Noland brings capital markets experience from financial services firm Baird, where his work focused on cybersecurity companies. At HackerOne, Noland will focus on scaling business processes and building revenue durability as the platform matures into a multi-product suite of solutions.

"As we continue to innovate, our economic engine is evolving with the market-leading solutions we are building for enterprise and technology customers," says Marten Mickos, CEO, HackerOne.

"Jayson's deep industry knowledge and proven success managing the financials of leading cybersecurity brands will prove essential as we expand the ways customers can increase their attack resistance."

Noland joins an expanding executive bench at HackerOne, following the hiring of Mahesh Chukkapali as Chief Operating Officer in early November and Ilona Cohen as Chief Policy Officer in July.