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AttackIQ is a company that develops an automated validation platform. AttackIQ platform is designed to enable teams to test and measure the effectiveness of their security controls and staff. 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, US

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Employees (est.) (Oct 2020)109(-2%)
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Key People/Management at AttackIQ

Carl Wright

Carl Wright

Chief Commercial Officer
Stephan Chenette

Stephan Chenette

Founder & Chief Technology Officer
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
Brett Galloway

Brett Galloway

Chief Executive Officer
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AttackIQ Office Locations

AttackIQ has offices in San Diego, Santa Clara and Barcelona
San Diego, US (HQ)
9276 Scranton Rd #100
Santa Clara, US
2901 Tasman Dr #112
Barcelona, ES
Passeig de Joan de Borbó, 144, 3º
Barcelona, ES
Pl. del gas, 2, 3º
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AttackIQ Financials and Metrics

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AttackIQ total Funding

$31.1 m

AttackIQ latest funding size

$17.60 m

Time since last funding

a year ago

AttackIQ investors

AttackIQ's latest funding round in May 2019 was reported to be $17.6 m. In total, AttackIQ has raised $31.1 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

What Security Teams Can Learn from the Attacks on Twitter and COVID-19 Researchers

What lessons should be learned from the two hacks of last week? Batten down the hatches. 

"Think Bad. Do Good" Podcast Episode 3: Best Practices in Threat-Informed Defense

Learn from two former Defense Department cybersecurity leaders about how to implement a threat-informed defense strategy to optimize your cybersecurity effectiveness. 

“Think Bad. Do Good” Podcast Episode 3: Best Practices in Threat-Informed Defense

AttackIQ’s Ben Opel and Jonathan Reiber discuss threat-informed defense lessons-learned from their time serving in the U.S. Department of Defense in the U.S. Marine Corps and the Office of the U.S. Secretary of Defense. In this podcast, listeners will learn about how to implement a threat-informed d…

AttackIQ Includes MITRE ATT&CK’s New Sub-techniques for Customers

This week, MITRE releases new sub-techniques for the MITRE ATT&CK framework. What do those sub-techniques mean for the world and how is AttackIQ amplifying MITRE's work? 

AttackIQ Includes MITRE ATT&CK’s New Sub-Techniques for Customers

By Jonathan Reiber, Senior Director for Cybersecurity Strategy and Policy; Chris Kennedy, CISO and VP for Customer Success; and Vinod Peris, VP of Engineering. Over the past year, the MITRE ATT&CK team has been beta testing ATT&CK sub-techniques, a major restructuring of the ATT&CK frame…

Purple Teaming Chronicles II: Red-Team Augmentation

In this second blog post in our series on purple teaming, we explore how a purple team can best react to an incoming attack to defend the enterprise and the benefits of automated attack capabilities for augmenting red team operations. 
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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 Carl Wright, Stephan Chenette and Julie O'Brien.

  • How many employees does AttackIQ have?

    AttackIQ has 109 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 #100, San Diego.

  • Where are AttackIQ offices?

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

  • How many offices does AttackIQ have?

    AttackIQ has 4 offices.