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Lacework is a company that operates a cloud security platform delivering automated security and compliance controls to customers. The platform provides build-time to run-time threat detection, behavioral anomaly detection, and cloud compliance across multicloud environments, workloads, containers, and Kubernetes.

HQSan Jose, CA, US
Employee Ratings3.5
Overall CultureA+

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2021)630(+8%)
Job Openings104
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at Lacework

Dan Hubbard

Dan Hubbard

Board Member and CEO
Andy Byron

Andy Byron

President & Chief Revenue Officer
Vikram Kapoor

Vikram Kapoor

Board Member and CTO
David Clay

David Clay

VP of Finance & Operations
Chetan Rai

Chetan Rai

Vice President of Engineering
Adam Leftik

Adam Leftik

VP of Product
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Lacework Office Locations

Lacework has offices in San Jose and Mountain View
San Jose, CA, US (HQ)
6201 America Center Dr #200
Mountain View, CA, US
700 E El Camino Real #130
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Lacework Financials and Metrics

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Lacework total Funding

$599 m

Lacework latest funding size

$525 m

Time since last funding

8 months ago

Lacework investors

Lacework's latest funding round in January 2021 was reported to be $525 m. In total, Lacework has raised $599 m. Lacework's latest valuation is reported to be $1 b.
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Lacework Cybersecurity Score

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Lacework News and Updates

Revolutionary cloud security company Lacework announces expansion in EMEA

Uptick in global demand for Lacework drives 3X in revenue growth, 5X increase in new customers as developers and security teams flock to company's innovative data-driven security platform LONDON, June 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Lacework, the security company for the cloud, today announced a...

Lacework scales up automated security across cloud workloads and containers

The rise in cloud adoption and the modernization of business IT infrastructure have increased the attack surface that cybercriminals can gain access to, and massive data breaches have become regular news. Because the rule-based mechanisms that purported to identify and deter bad guys were not desig…

Lacework CEO spills the secret formula for successful market disruption

Cybersecurity is a huge market: Valued at $153 billion in 2020, it is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 12% to reach $366 billion by 2028, according to Fortune Business Insights. The growth is bolstered by a high-profile challenge. The rise in cloud adoption and remote work has …

Lacework announces new leadership hires, tapping David ‘Hat’ Hatfield as CEO

Lacework Inc., a security and compliance platform for cloud generation, today announced an expansion of its leadership team that includes key executive hires, including the surprise appointment of David “Hat” Hatfield as chief executive. Other hires in addition to Hatfield (pictured) include former…

See the pitch deck that landed startup Lacework $525 million in the largest investment round for a cybersecurity company in the last year

Summary List PlacementHow do you convince investors to give a startup $525 million?  "You have to have a lot of proof points," Lacework CEO Dan Hubbard told Insider, after his Silicon Valley startup raked in a half-billion-dollar round after previously raising a total of $74.4 million.  The six-ye…

Cloud Security Startup Lacework Secures Mammoth $525 Million Funding

Lacework, an end-to-end cloud security startup, announced Thursday that it had secured $525 million in funding round, after reporting massive revenue growth.
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Lacework Blogs

CNAPP, CSPM, CWPP, C…What’s the Difference and How Can They Improve My Cloud Security?

If you’re researching how to build out your cloud security practice, it won’t take long before you stumble across at least one of the “C” acronyms. In fact, you’ll probably see one or more of these acronyms at every stop along your research journey. What do they mean? Why are they useful? How can th…

PYSA Ransomware Gang adds Linux Support

Key Take Aways The first Linux version of ChaChi, a Golang based DNS tunneling backdoor, was recently observed on VirusTotal. The malware is configured to use domains associated with ransomware actors known as PYSA, aka Menipoza Ransomware Gang. PYSA’s ChaChi infrastructure appears to have been larg…

Muhstik Takes Aim at Confluence CVE 2021-26084

  Key Takeaways In line with USCYBERCOM’s warning, publicly available Confluence exploit scripts are being integrated into opportunistic attackers’ toolkits. Muhstik, a known threat actor targeting cloud and IoT, is one of these opportunistic attackers targeting vulnerable Confluence servers to spre…

Lacework 2021 Cloud Threat Report Vol. 2

Cybercriminals Demand for Cloud Access Grows In new research from the Lacework Labs Team, it’s clear organizations should start thinking of cybercriminals as business competitors. Thanks to more than three months of exhaustive monitoring and tracking malicious cloud activity, the team has uncovered …

Lacework Quarterly Cloud Threat Report Shows the Automated Techniques Cybercriminals are Using to Attack Businesses in the Cloud

San Jose, Calif – August 31, 2021 – Lacework, the data-driven security platform for the cloud. today released its quarterly cloud threat report, unveiling the new techniques and avenues cybercriminals are infiltrating to profit from businesses. The rapid shift of applications and infrastructure to t…

Use Cases For Modern Container Security

Containers are rapidly becoming one of the most important elements of modern software development, and as they grow in popularity, the need for container security grows in parallel. With their ability to rapidly develop, package, and apply code to build applications, containers are enabling a fast, …
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Lacework Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Lacework founded?

    Lacework was founded in 2015.

  • Who are Lacework key executives?

    Lacework's key executives are Dan Hubbard, Andy Byron and Vikram Kapoor.

  • How many employees does Lacework have?

    Lacework has 630 employees.

  • Who are Lacework competitors?

    Competitors of Lacework include Check Point Software, CloudHealth Technologies and Qualys.

  • Where is Lacework headquarters?

    Lacework headquarters is located at 6201 America Center Dr #200, San Jose.

  • Where are Lacework offices?

    Lacework has offices in San Jose and Mountain View.

  • How many offices does Lacework have?

    Lacework has 2 offices.