11 companies raised $287.2M
5 companies were acquired
$130.0M for Identity and Access Management
$42.0M for Third-Party Security
$30.0M for Software Security
$27.0M for IoT Security
$20.0M for Threat Detection
$15.0M for Internet Security
$11.0M for Privacy
$8.1M for Firmware Security
$4.1M for Governance Risk and Compliance
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Saviynt, an intelligent identity and access governance solution for cloud applications, raised a $130.0M Private Equity.
Panorays, a platform that automates the third-party security process, raised a $42.0M Series B.
Sternum, an endpoint security solution for IoT devices, raised a $27.0M Series B.
Stairwell, a cybersecurity company that offers a platform for threat hunting, detection, and response, raised a $20.0M Series A.
Cloudsmith, a cloud-native DevOps warehouse built on Package Management, that secures, controls and accelerates software delivery, raised a $15.0M Series A.
DeepFactor, a continuous AppSec observability platform, raised a $15.0M Series A.
Osano, a data privacy platform that helps websites become compliant with GDPR and CCPA, raised a $11.0M Series A.
Exein, a firmware focused cybersecurity startup, raised a $8.1M Series A.
Hicomply, a governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) platform helping companies manage security and data privacy programs, raised a $4.1M Venture Round.
Oatfin, a cloud infrastructure automation and cloud security platform, raised a $100.0K Pre-Seed
Mergers & Acquisitions
Why Authorization is Hard - A look at why authorization is hard when it comes to architecture and application decisions.
The Top Three Challenges with Most InfoSec Programs - A reboot of a 2017 blog post that still rings true today in most corporate cybersecurity programs.