Norse is the global leader in live attack intelligence, helping companies block the threats that other systems miss. Serving the world’s largest financial, government and technology organizations, Norse intelligence offerings dramatically improve the performance, catch-rate, and return-on-investment of the entire security infrastructure. The Norse Intelligence Network, a globally-distributed “distant early warning” grid of millions of sensors, honeypots, crawlers, and agents, delivers unmatched visibility into difficult-to-penetrate geographies and darknets, where bad actors operate. Norse processes hundreds of terabytes daily against a 7 petabyte attack history database, and weighs over 1,500 variables to compute real-time risk scores for millions of IP addresses and URLs every day. For more information, visit norsecorp.com.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Foster City, US
Founded
2010
Size (employees)
42 (est)+11%
Norse was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Foster City, US

Norse Office Locations

Norse has an office in Foster City
Foster City, US (HQ)
635 333 Hatch Dr

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Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2010

Total Funding

$25 m

Latest funding size

$11.4 m

Time since last funding

about 2 years

Investors

Norse's latest funding round in September 2015 was reported to be $11.4 m. In total, Norse has raised $25 m

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