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- Wyntec buys Layer 8 security.
- Skan raises $40 million.
Fusions and acquisitions.
managed service provider Wyntech has acquired a cybersecurity awareness training company Layer 8 securityNRC reports. Both companies are based in Brisbane. Wyntech set“The merger will allow Wyntec and Layer 8 Security to expand their collective portfolio and create a one-stop shop for customers to access end-to-end cyber security solutions. Together, they will provide governance, risk and cyber security training. This will complement even more with cybersecurity implementation, along with support and monitoring.In this partnership, Wyntec will focus more on implementing cybersecurity solutions for its customers, specifically within the Microsoft stack.’ element with cybersecurity awareness training, cyber escape rooms and risk and compliance solutions.
based in Arlington, Virginia two six technologies has acquired Washington, DC-based cybersecurity research and engineering firm river loop safety. Joe Logue, CEO of Two Six Technologies, said, “River Loop has unique experience and truly differentiated capabilities that greatly complement Two Six’s growth strategy. This combination of talent and capabilities creates the leading team in high-end industries. priority and strengthens our ability to address the mission needs of our commercial and national security customers.”
Synopsis and juniper nets have “closed a transaction to form a new, independent company that will provide the industry with an open silicon photonics platform to address growing photonics requirements in applications such as telecommunications, datacoms, LiDAR, healthcare, HPC, AI and optical computing” . The companies set“The new company will be jointly owned by Synopsys and Juniper, with Synopsys as the majority owner. The results of the new company will be consolidated in Synopsys’ financials.”
Investments and exits.
Process intelligence platform provider based in Menlo Park, California Skan has high $40 million in a Series B round led by Dell Technologies Capitalwith the participation of GSR companies, Liberty Global Venturesand existing investors Cathay Innovation, Zetta Venture Partners, citi companiesand Companies of Firebolt. According To VentureBeat, “The funding will also help enhance the product’s capabilities with an improved user experience and enhance capabilities for real-time fulfillment, operations, customer decision support, and self-service business intelligence.”
Tel Aviv-based attack surface management company cyberpion has high $27 million in a Series A round led by US Venture Partnerswith participation of existing investors team8 capital and Hyperwise companies. The CEO and founder of the company, Nethanel Gelernter it says the company plans to double its headcount this year.
Israeli SaaS security platform provider wing security has emerged from stealth with a $26 million Seed+A funding round led by GGV Capital, S-Capital, harmony partnersand Silicon Valley CISO Investment Group. The company stated: “The funding will help Wing recruit top-tier talent to double its employee base, primarily in research and development, sales and marketing. This will allow the company to continue to develop the product offering, serving leading organizations in the world”. “
based in Santa Clara-California air gap networks has insured $13.4 million in a Series A round led by storm companieswith participation of existing investors cervin companies, engineering capitaland Sorenson Enterprises.
SaaS application data security company based in Oakland, California Antimatter has high $12 million in a Series A round led by NSAwith the participation of overall catalyst, Laboratories of the UNIONand the founders of Snowflake, Okta, Dropbox, VMware, Segment, and Databricks. The company says that it “will use this round to accelerate the hiring of its world-class engineering team as the company continues the development of its large-scale infrastructure solution.”
API security company based in Washington, DC corsha has high $12 million in a Series A round led by ten eleven companies and Razor’s Edge Companieswith the participation of capital of 1843. The company says it “plans to use the new funding to invest heavily in API discovery and observability, integrations across the API ecosystem, and open source tools to help application security teams stay ahead of the attack surface.” API”.
Human security startup based in Austin, Texas push security has high $7 million in a Series A round led by ballistic companies. The company stated, “With Ballistic’s investment, Nudge Security is expanding its team and engaging early access development partners.”
Columbia, Maryland-based data-centric security operations platform QuoLab has insured a seed round of funding TEDCO. The company says the funding “will be used by QuoLab to enhance its operations, sales, and marketing initiatives, grow its team, and pave the way for future expansion opportunities.”
- “The Honorable Christine H. Fox, Former Acting Deputy Secretary of Defense and Former Deputy Director for Policy and Analysis, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
- “General Carter F. Ham, USA (retired), former Commander of the United States Africa Command and former President and CEO of the Association of the United States Army
- “The Honorable Deborah Lee James, Former Secretary of the United States Air Force
- “Admiral William H. McRaven, USN (retired), former Commander of the United States Special Operations Command and former Chancellor of the University of Texas
- “Vice Admiral Peter V. Neffenger, USCG (Ret.), Former Vice Commandant of the United States Coast Guard and former Administrator of the TSA, United States Department of Homeland Security.”