We've suffered the pains of having to deal with all the overhead involved in delivering short-lived engagements: exchanging dozens of emails to keep track of tasks, writing the same issue descriptions again and again for the report...
Security specialists thrive when attacking (or defending) systems. Everything else (e.g. reporting, project planning, etc.) is overhead.
We need to make our lives easier. We need to make our colleagues' lives easier.
Daniel created and open-sourced the Dradis Framework in 2007 - to do what he does best: help others work better by providing back-end tools that automate the boring parts.
Help & Support
From Word reports to bug reports, Rachael is here to help you figure out what's going wrong and how to fix it.
Aaron is a developer with a burning passion for computing. He makes sure that Dradis is the best tool for the job by contributing to its development and keeping it functionally sound.
Tabatha aims to help infosec teams shine at the work they love and do best by connecting them with the Dradis Framework.
Help & Support
Christoffer is here to help you with all of your support questions, to make sure that your reporting is how you want it and that Dradis is running as it should.
Matt is a designer with a creative edge. He creates user-friendly, beautiful and responsive layouts that flow freely, allowing users to navigate easily and find what they need quickly and efficiently.
A dad joke teller, cyclist, and software engineer. Brian is on board to help make Dradis run smooth and keep performance high.
Sean enjoys building software that creates positive impact on people's lives. He is here to make Dradis a better product than it was yesterday.
Sales & Support
Marlene loves connecting with teams around the world to help them do more of the work they're passionate about and less of the busywork that keeps them from it.
We work with over two hundred teams around the world.
Many are security consultancies, but there are a number of software and hardware vendors, internal security teams and a good share of freelancers.
To list a few, we have clients in the following countries:
The Dradis Framework started as an open-source project in 2007. The open source side of things is alive and strong, with ~400 git clones per week.
If you feel the pain of repeating the same tasks again and again. If you think that there should be an easier way to automate most of the overhead and deliver a consistent result, then yes, you're not alone.
Lets work together to make your life a bit easier.
We can put you in contact with clients in your industry or country so you can have an unfiltered conversation on how satisfied with our work they are.