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- 7 companies raised $595.0M
- $275.0M for Endpoint Detection and Response
- $150.0M for Security Operations
- $100.0M for Software Security
- $44.0M for Breach & Attack Simulation
- $21.0M for Identity and Access Management
- $5.0M for Data Security
- $20.0K for Network Security
- Cybereason, an endpoint detection and response platform, raised a $275.0M Series F.
- Arctic Wolf, a managed cloud security operations company, raised a $150.0M Series F.
- Virsec, a software security company protecting enterprise application workloads from cyberattacks, raised a $100.0M Series C.
- AttackIQ, a continuous and automated security validation platform, raised a $44.0M Series C.
- SecurEnds, a platform that automates identity governance, user access reviews, and access controls, raised a $21.0M Series A.
- Code-X, a company securing data at rest and in motion across the entire lifecycle, raised a $5.0M Series A.
- HomeSirens, a company that protects home and SMB routers by blocking attacks, raised a $20.0K Seed.
- Kubernetes is a black hole of unpredictable spending - when it’s both hard and expensive, it’s a *feature* not a bug.
- NIST-to-Tech - an open-source listing of cybersecurity technologies and vendor tools mapped to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF).
- CMI #10 - Deception Technologies (paid members) - The best offense is a good defense. Purposefully misleading or deceiving would-be attackers with traps and decoys is a way to have a canary in the coal mine.
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