AT&T Cybersecurity

AT&T Cybersecurity (formerly known as AlienVault) is a developer of commercial and open-source services to manage cyber attacks. It provides organizations with phenomenal threat intelligence, collaborative defense, effective security. 

Employee Rating

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TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyAT&T
HQSan Mateo, CA, US
Founded2007
Websitecybersecurity.att.com
Cybersecurity ratingFMore
AT&T Cybersecurity was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in San Mateo, CA, US

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Key People/Management at AT&T Cybersecurity

Barmak Meftah

Barmak Meftah

President & Chief Executive Officer
Andy Johnson

Andy Johnson

VP, Finance
Danessa Lambdin

Danessa Lambdin

VP, Customer Success & Operations
Marcus Bragg

Marcus Bragg

VP, Sales and Marketing
Roger Thornton

Roger Thornton

VP, Products & Technology
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AT&T Cybersecurity Office Locations

AT&T Cybersecurity has offices in San Mateo, Austin, North Sydney, Cork and in 1 other location
San Mateo, CA, US (HQ)
1100 Park Pl #300
Austin, TX, US
5707 Southwest Pkwy Bldg. 2, Ste. 300
North Sydney, AU
141 Walker St
Cork, IE
Suite 1201, The Capitol, 14 – 23 Grand Parade
Madrid, ES
Calle de Méndez Álvaro, 20, Oficina 326
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AT&T Cybersecurity Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2007

Total Funding

$118.4 m

Investors

In total, AT&T Cybersecurity had raised $118.4 m. AT&T Cybersecurity is a subsidiary of AT&T

AT&T Cybersecurity Operating Metrics

Y, 2015Jun, 2018

Customers

3 k7 k
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AT&T Cybersecurity Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

F

48/100

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AT&T Cybersecurity Online and Social Media Presence

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AT&T Cybersecurity News and Updates

AVCtechnologies Named Growth Partner of the Year by AT&T Cybersecurity

AT&T Cybersecurity recognizes outstanding growth by the AVCtechnologies Computex brand AT&T Cybersecurity recognizes outstanding growth by the AVCtechnologies Computex brand

AlienVault Expands USM Anywhere to Include Endpoint Detection and Response Capabilities

Only Security Solution to Automate Threat Detection and Response Across Endpoints and Networks in Cloud and On-Premises Environments from a Single PlatformSAN MATEO, Calif. read more

AT&T to acquire threat detection and intelligence provider AlienVault

Two weeks after inking a $1.6 billion deal for digital ad exchange operator AppNexus Inc., AT&T Inc. today announced yet another technology acquisition. The carrier has entered an agreement to buy AlienVault Inc., a San Mateo, California-based threat detection provider. AT&T didn’t disclose…

Have we learnt nothing from WannaCry?

WannaCry was among the most high profile global cyberattacks of all time, causing major damage to services like the NHS in the UK. The post Have we learnt nothing from WannaCry? appeared first on Computer Business Review.

AT&T Cybersecurity Blogs

TrickBot BazarLoader In-Depth

Ofer Caspi, a fellow Alien Labs researcher, co-authored this blog. Executive Summary AT&T Alien Labs actively tracks the TrickBot group through an automated malware analysis system, hunting, and in-depth technical research. On April 20th, 2020 independent security researchers “pancak3lullz” (@pa…

The Power of Community to Fight COVID-19 Cyber Threats

Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the fear and uncertainty surrounding the current global health and economic situation as well as sudden shifts and exposures in IT environments to launch COVID-19 related attack campaigns. The bad guys are moving full-steam ahead in their efforts to lure victim…

Why should you use correlation rules on top of traditional signatures?

The AT&T Cybersecurity Alien Labs team is in charge of writing correlation rules and releasing threat intelligence updates on a day-to-day basis. When researchers in the team find new malware families or threats, we always try to find the best approach to keep our customers protected. In this bl…

Alien Labs 2019 Analysis of Threat Groups Molerats and APT-C-37

In 2019, several industry analyst reports confused the threat groups Molerats and APT-C-37 due to their similarity, and this has led to some confusion and inaccuracy of attribution. For example, both groups target the Middle East and North Africa region (with a special emphasis on Palestine territor…

AT&T Alien Labs analysis of an active cryptomining worm

This blog post provides an overview of the AT&T Alien Labs™ technical analysis of the common malicious implants used by threat actors targeting vulnerable Exim, Confluence, and WebLogic servers. Upon exploitation, malicious implants are deployed on the compromised machine. While most of the atta…

Google Cloud Platform security monitoring with USM Anywhere™

According to a 2019 Cyber Security Report published by the International Information System Security Certification Consortium, 93 percent of organizations say they are concerned about cloud security and 28 percent admit to having experienced cloud security incidents during the past year. The reality…
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AT&T Cybersecurity Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was AT&T Cybersecurity founded?

    AT&T Cybersecurity was founded in 2007.

  • Who are AT&T Cybersecurity key executives?

    AT&T Cybersecurity's key executives are Barmak Meftah, Andy Johnson and Danessa Lambdin.

  • How many employees does AT&T Cybersecurity have?

    AT&T Cybersecurity has 624 employees.

  • Who are AT&T Cybersecurity competitors?

    Competitors of AT&T Cybersecurity include LogRhythm, CipherCloud and Darktrace.

  • Where is AT&T Cybersecurity headquarters?

    AT&T Cybersecurity headquarters is located at 1100 Park Pl #300, San Mateo.

  • Where are AT&T Cybersecurity offices?

    AT&T Cybersecurity has offices in San Mateo, Austin, North Sydney, Cork and in 1 other location.

  • How many offices does AT&T Cybersecurity have?

    AT&T Cybersecurity has 5 offices.