As we enter the first days of 2019, it’s a great time to look back at the tremendous momentum we built up at Threat Stack over the last year. We entered 2018 fresh off a new round of funding with a mission to provide customers with the full stack cloud security observability needed to enable DevSecOps and reduce mean-time-to-know (MTTK) for security incidents across diverse cloud infrastructure. We ended the year with a more comprehensive cloud security platform along with strong growth across the business — and plans in place to carry this momentum forward into 2019. None of this has been due to a lucky accident: It’s the direct result of amazing work and dedication from the entire Threat Stack team as we continued our relentless pursuit to deliver the industry’s best cloud security products and services. Read more “Threat Stack Continues 2018’s Momentum Into 2019”
At Threat Stack we are thrilled by this news — this acquisition further validates the conviction of the IT security market to invest in, and adapt, their approaches to the changing needs of customers driven by broad public cloud adoption. After all, no company is just a software company — they are also quickly becoming a cloud company. Read more “Destiny is Defined by the Journey: Evident.io Acquired by Palo Alto Networks”
Threat Stack Welcomes New Massachusetts Cybersecurity Growth and Development Center
Last week, during the inaugural Cybersecurity Forum, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced the brand new, Cybersecurity Growth and Development Center at the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative. The goal of the new public institution is to unite the cybersecurity sector in Massachusetts, while also training new talent — a huge win given the acute skills shortage that exists today. At Threat Stack, we couldn’t be more pleased or supportive. Read more “Massachusetts Takes Leadership Role in Cybersecurity”
This is another landmark day in Threat Stack’s growth: It’s with great excitement that we announce that Threat Stack has secured $45 million in a Series C funding round led by F-Prime Capital Partners (the venture capital group associated with the parent company of Fidelity Investments), and Eight Roads Ventures, along with participation from existing investors Scale Venture Partners, .406 Ventures, and Accomplice.
Leveraging strong customer adoption and robust organic growth, we have set our sights on expanded opportunities in existing markets as well as entry into new sectors. Further investment in innovation will consolidate Threat Stack’s leadership in the cybersecurity market as we continue to develop the industry’s most comprehensive intrusion detection platform for cloud, hybrid-cloud, and on-premise environments.
Read more “Threat Stack Raises $45M in Series C Funding to Accelerate Cybersecurity Innovation & Market Expansion”
With 2016 nearing an end, I can’t help reflecting on how fortunate I am in my personal and professional life. I am blessed with a beautiful, supportive family as well as the opportunity to work with a great team of employees, investors, board members, and customers at Threat Stack.
As we enter the “dog days of summer,” we can’t help but reflect on the many events — regional, national, and global — that have been swirling around us throughout 2016.
On Monday I had the pleasure of watching the Boston Marathon and cheering on thousands of runners: some running for results, many running for a worthy cause, but all running with the common objective of ACHIEVEMENT!
You know that feeling you got as a kid the night before your birthday? That’s been us over at Threat Stack for the last few months. It’s taken all the willpower we could muster to keep it a secret, but today we’re letting the cat out of the bag. We’re thrilled to announce the brand new Threat Stack Cloud Security Platform® (or CSP, as we like to call it), the industry’s first fully integrated cloud security suite. Cloud-native and platform-independent, the Threat Stack CSP measurably reduces the expense and complexity required to identify threats, keep data protected and automate compliance requirements.
Intrigued? Read on…
As businesses move to the cloud, the rapid adoption of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is no surprise. Unfortunately, securing the cloud and the data within it is no easy task. The speed and complexity of cloud computing requires a new, software-defined approach that differs from the strategies employed in a traditional, on-premise data center, leaving many wondering where to start. Read more “Turn the Cyber Kill Chain against your attacker”
Speaking recently in a Google webcast, U.S. CIO Tony Scott declared major cloud providers like Google, Amazon or Microsoft just as secure as the world’s largest financial institutions. He even implied that there’s no safer place to store data than in the cloud.