When smart contracts and audits aren't enough to protect your protocol, Halborn Security steps in with ethical hackers and blockchain specialists to add an extra layer of protection.
After the most recent THORChain exploit, Halborn security published an extensive analysis and recommendations for network safety, and possible steps the chain should take to prevent such attacks in the future. Here is a short recap of those recommendations:
Halborn is advertised as an elite cybersecurity service for blockchain companies.
They work with many well-known names in the industry including SushiSwap, Polygon, Avalanche, Bancor, and others.
Halborn offers the services of ethical hackers and blockchain specialists. These services include:
During 2020 and 2021, Halborn covered many DeFi exploits on their blog, explaining how they were done and how they can be prevented.
On top of that, the company offers blockchain and smart contract security courses for anyone interested in these subjects.
The company was founded in 2019, and according to the information on their LinkedIn page, employ 14 people from across the world, but are headquartered in New York City, USA.
Their portfolio includes some very prominent names in the industry, and the team has taken three 1st places in the following hackathons: Net Wars, EOS SF Hackathon and Wyoming Blockchain Hackathon.
More information can be found on their website.