Corey Mulloy, general partner at Highland Capital, joins ZeroFOX board as they tackle the cyber risks associated with social media.
BALTIMORE, MD Dec 3, 2015 — ZeroFOX, the leader in social media cyber security, has raised an additional $27 million in capital to provide detection and defense for social media security threats. Previous investors NEA, Genacast Ventures and Core Capital also participated in the round, along with Silicon Valley Bank. Finally, several industry veterans participated in the round as strategic investors, including Lane Bess, former CEO of Palo Alto Networks; Tim Eades, CEO of vArmour; and Avi Rubin, the Technical Director of the Information Security Institute at Johns Hopkins University. Continue reading
The Social Risk Management Company™ Leads the Fight Against Social-Borne Cyber Attacks by Mitigating Risk Introduced to Enterprise and Government Organizations via Social Media
BALTIMORE, MD—April 30, 2014—ZeroFOX, The Social Risk Management Company™, today announced it has secured $10.7 million in Series A funding led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA). The funding round includes a $450K non-dilutive incentive from the State of Maryland. Also participating in the round were earlier investors Genacast Ventures (a fund in partnership with Comcast Ventures), Core Capital and a number of notable security industry luminaries including Enrique Salem (Board Member at FireEye and former CEO of Symantec), Dean Drako (Founder and CEO of Eagle Eye Networks and founder, BOD and former CEO of Barracuda Networks), Michael Fey (General Manager and WW CTO at McAfee), John M. Jack (Former CEO of Fortify and currently a Board Partner at Andreessen Horowitz), Ken Levine (CEO of Verdasys and former CEO of Nitro Security), and Todd Headley (former CFO of SourceFire), amongst others, bringing total funding over the last 12 months to $13 million. Continue reading
BALTIMORE, Jul. 23, 2013 — Social risk management company Riskive revealed on Tuesday that it closed US $2.2 million in seed capital funding from Genacast Ventures, Core Capital and other private investors.
Riskive’s cloud-based software is still in beta version and the money will be used for further development of the product. Through predictive analysis, the company said it can help protect companies and governments against high-profile cyber threats. Continue reading