RiskLens

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RiskLens is the leading provider of cyber risk management software. The Company helps Business Executives, Risk Officers, and CISOs manage cyber risk from the business perspective by quantifying cyber risk in dollars and cents. Forward-thinking organizations leverage RiskLens as their system of record for cyber risk for understanding their cyber risk exposure, prioritizing their risk mitigations, measuring the ROI of their security investments and optimizing their cyber insurance policies. RiskLens is purpose-built on FAIR, the only international standard quantitative model for cybersecurity and operational risk.


TypePrivate
Founded2011
HQSpokane, WA, US
Websiterisklens.com
Overall CultureD

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Employees (est.) (May 2022)70(-1%)
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
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Key People/Management at RiskLens

Nicola Sanna

Nicola Sanna

President and CEO
Jack Jones

Jack Jones

Co-Founder and Chief Risk Scientist
Dave Sutor

Dave Sutor

Chief Financial Officer
Chad Weinman

Chad Weinman

Vice President of Professional Services
Laura Mahoney

Laura Mahoney

General Counsel
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RiskLens Office Locations

RiskLens has an office in Spokane
Spokane, WA, US (HQ)
601 W Main Ave #917
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RiskLens Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2011

RiskLens total Funding

$27.2 m

RiskLens latest funding size

$20.6 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

RiskLens investors

RiskLens's latest funding round in April 2019 was reported to be $20.6 m. In total, RiskLens has raised $27.2 m
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RiskLens Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

A

92/100

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RiskLens Online and Social Media Presence

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RiskLens Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    D

    60/100

  • CEO Rating

    C

    70/100

  • Compensation

    F

    15/100

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RiskLens News and Updates

RiskLens Introduces a Self-Service Risk Benchmarking Tool to Help Organizations Discover, Measure and Understand the Financial Impact of Their Cyber Risks

With minimal input, organizations can assess how they compare to their industry peers and communicate the findings to business executives in intuitive, financial terms With minimal input, organizations can assess how they compare to their industry peers and communicate the findings to business execu…

Update: New Partnership Between RiskLens and NextGen Cyber Talent Pioneers Cyber Skills Training Program to Accelerate Workplace Cyber Skills and Risk Management Development

Virtual program brings together leading cyber risk quantification and management provider and non-profit education provider to train new generation of cybersecurity professionals Virtual program brings together leading cyber risk quantification and management provider and non-profit education provid…

New Partnership Between RiskLens and NextGen Cyber Talent Pioneers Cyber Skills Training Program to Accelerate Workplace Cyber Skills and Risk Management Development

Virtual program brings together leading cyber risk quantification and management provider and non-profit education provider to train new generation of cybersecurity professionals Virtual program brings together leading cyber risk quantification and management provider and non-profit education provid…

RiskLens Named to Deloitte’s 2020 North America Technology Fast 500™ for Second Consecutive Year

RESTON, Va. and SPOKANE Wash., Nov. 19, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- RiskLens, the leading provider of cyber risk quantification (CRQ) and cyber risk management software, today announced it ranked as the 351st fastest growing company on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest gro…

RiskLens raises $20.55 million to help companies manage cyber risk

RiskLens, a startup developing a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform that helps companies analyze cyber risk, has raised $20.55 million in funding.

RiskLens Blogs

3 Ways FAIR Cyber Risk Analysis Programs Can Go Wrong (and 3 Simple Fixes)

The goal of the RiskLens professional services team is to start up FAIR™ quantitative risk management programs and hand the keys over to our customers. Once in a while, we are asked to make a house call for a program that’s gone off track. One thing we’ve learned about these situations is: …

Webinar on Demand: See RiskLens Enterprise Top Risk Reporting in Action

It’s the most popular use case among RiskLens clients for good reason. Top risk reporting is part of launch for any new cyber risk quantification program, and a look into the risk landscape that established programs return to for decision support. 

See Cyber Risk from Any Angle -- RiskLens Risk Assessments and Portfolios

The RiskLens platform not only helps to display an organization’s risk in quantitative terms but contains features that make it easier to compare those risks to each other. These features are known as risk assessments and portfolios and the below information will further describe what each …

Don’t Know Your Top Risks? Read this Mini-Guide to Start

Identifying top cyber risk scenarios is one of the most important and difficult elements of assessing risk. Companies often don’t properly prioritize the risks they face and end up flying blind on planning cybersecurity defenses.  

Operational Risk Case Study: Quantify Risk for Earthquakes, Strikes

Can RiskLens risk quantification with FAIR™ (Factor Analysis of Information Risk) analyze operational risk as well as cyber and technology risk? That was the challenge posed to us by a multinational company recently. They asked us to show them their probable risk and make some recommendatio…

5 Uses for a Top Cyber Risks Analysis

Many organizations start their cyber risk quantification (CRQ) program by identifying their top 10-20 cyber and technology risks based on loss exposure in dollars. It’s a quick way to prove the analysis power of the RiskLens CRQ platform and gives direction for cyber risk analysis work goin…
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RiskLens Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was RiskLens founded?

    RiskLens was founded in 2011.

  • Who are RiskLens key executives?

    RiskLens's key executives are Nicola Sanna, Jack Jones and Dave Sutor.

  • How many employees does RiskLens have?

    RiskLens has 70 employees.

  • Who are RiskLens competitors?

    Competitors of RiskLens include Airbus CyberSecurity, Segasec and BlueVoyant.

  • Where is RiskLens headquarters?

    RiskLens headquarters is located at 601 W Main Ave #917, Spokane.

  • Where are RiskLens offices?

    RiskLens has an office in Spokane.

  • How many offices does RiskLens have?

    RiskLens has 1 office.