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AttackIQ is a company developing an automated validation platform. It automates security assessment by allowing security personnel to either create scenarios or leverage the curated library of existing attack scenarios to continuously attack their environment and expose weaknesses to the security architecture.
HQSan Diego, CA, US

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Employees (est.) (Feb 2021)106
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Key People/Management at AttackIQ

Brett Galloway

Brett Galloway

Chief Executive Officer
Carl Wright

Carl Wright

Chief Commercial Officer
Stephan Chenette

Stephan Chenette

Co-Founder and CTO
Julie O'Brien

Julie O'Brien

Chief Marketing Officer
Rajesh Sharma

Rajesh Sharma

Co-Founder and Chief Architect
Stacey Meyer

Stacey Meyer

VP, Federal Operations
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AttackIQ Office Locations

AttackIQ has offices in San Diego, Santa Clara, Barcelona and London
San Diego, CA, US (HQ)
9276 Scranton Rd UNIT 150
Santa Clara, CA, US
2901 Tasman Dr #112
Barcelona, ES
Carrer dels Pinzón, 2
London, GB
Paddington Central
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AttackIQ Financials and Metrics

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AttackIQ total Funding

$31.9 m

AttackIQ latest funding size

$17.60 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

AttackIQ investors

AttackIQ's latest funding round in May 2019 was reported to be $17.6 m. In total, AttackIQ has raised $31.9 m
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AttackIQ Cybersecurity Score

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AttackIQ Online and Social Media Presence

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AttackIQ News and Updates

New CRITICALSTART and AttackIQ Offering Helps Security Teams Find Potential Gaps and Prevent Hackers From Breaching Them

PLANO, Texas, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- CRITICALSTART, which has solidified its position as a leading provider of Managed Detection and Response (MDR) services with a number of new and improved offerings in 2020, announced an offering with AttackIQ to help customers launch a new line...

AttackIQ raises $17.6 million for continuous enterprise security monitoring

AttackIQ says it has secured $17.6 million in venture capital to expand its continuous security monitoring and mitigation tools.

AttackIQ Blogs

AttackIQ announces new automated adversary emulation plan for menuPass, a threat group reportedly of Chinese origin

After SolarWinds, organizations need visibility into their security program effectiveness against real world threats. Automated adversary emulations can help meet that need. By generating real data about how your security program performs against menuPass, you can see security failures, make data-in…

Biden will act on cyber security to fix SolarWinds mess

The post Biden will act on cyber security to fix SolarWinds mess appeared first on AttackIQ.

CISO’s Guide to Leveraging MITRE ATT&CK in Healthcare and Public Health

The post CISO’s Guide to Leveraging MITRE ATT&CK in Healthcare and Public Health appeared first on AttackIQ.

Data Obfuscation: An Image Is Worth a Thousand Lines of Malware

Adversaries love to hide malware in images, a tactic called data obfuscation. To help you solve this problem, at AttackIQ we have built scenarios to test your defensive capabilities' ability to detect and prevent image-based malware. Read on to learn how it works – and how you can obfuscate data on …

Cybersnacks, Episode 3: MITRE ATT&CK and NIST 800-53

The post Cybersnacks, Episode 3: MITRE ATT&CK and NIST 800-53 appeared first on AttackIQ.

GAO Finds Gaps in DoD Cyberdefenses, Highlights Importance of Breach and Attack Simulation Tools

AttackIQ’s Security Optimization Platform gives an agency a proactive—rather than a reactive—security posture. It enables continuous validation of security controls to definitively establish the effectiveness of key initiatives, to include zero-trust controls that prevent adversaries from moving lat…
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AttackIQ Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was AttackIQ founded?

    AttackIQ was founded in 2013.

  • Who are AttackIQ key executives?

    AttackIQ's key executives are Brett Galloway, Carl Wright and Stephan Chenette.

  • How many employees does AttackIQ have?

    AttackIQ has 106 employees.

  • Who are AttackIQ competitors?

    Competitors of AttackIQ include Coalition, Cybertrap and Verodin.

  • Where is AttackIQ headquarters?

    AttackIQ headquarters is located at 9276 Scranton Rd UNIT 150, San Diego.

  • Where are AttackIQ offices?

    AttackIQ has offices in San Diego, Santa Clara, Barcelona and London.

  • How many offices does AttackIQ have?

    AttackIQ has 4 offices.