Because hackers know hackers best
In 2009, at only 13 years old, Rogier Fischer and Olivier Beg met each other at an online forum. They quickly figured out they had a shared passion for breaking things that were not supposed to be broken. They soon started working together as white-hat hackers for many Dutch financial institutions and international technology companies. Helping companies with their security exposure became a huge passion for both of them.
In order to bolster the security of companies on a larger scale, Olivier and Rogier realized that an autonomous platform was needed for identifying and testing digital assets. By simulating the potential attack paths of cybercriminals, they believed Hadrian would help companies understand their key risks and prioritize security resources.