Security Innovation

Security Innovation is an authority on application security and leading independent provider of Risk Assessment, Risk Mitigation and Education services to Fortune/Global 500 and mid-size companies. The world’s dominant technology vendors, elite financial institutions and enterprise IT organizations, such as Microsoft, Sony, GE, ING, FedEx, Visa and Symantec, trust their expertise to understand the security risks in their application development framework and facilitate the software and process change necessary to mitigate these risks. Security Innovation is headquartered in Wilmington, Mass., with offices in Amsterdam, The Netherlands and Seattle, Wash.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Wilmington, US
Founded
2002
Size (employees)
110 (est)-2%
Security Innovation was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Wilmington, US

Security Innovation Office Locations

Security Innovation has offices in Wilmington, Seattle, Linkou District and Pune
Wilmington, US (HQ)
187 Ballardvale Street
Pune, IN
503 Konark Iron Mundhwa-Kharadi Road
Linkou District, TW
532 146-1 Zhongshan Rd
Seattle, US
808 1511 3rd Ave

Security Innovation Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2002

Total Funding

$13.1 m

Latest funding size

$4 m

Time since last funding

over 2 years

Investors

Security Innovation's latest funding round in March 2015 was reported to be $4 m. In total, Security Innovation has raised $13.1 m

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Security Innovation Online and Social Media Presence

Security Innovation News and Updates

Cisco shares drop as security business revenue misses estimates

(Reuters) — Cisco’s quarterly revenue in its closely watched security business missed analysts’ estimates, raising concerns about the world’s largest networking gear maker’s efforts to transform into a software-focused company. The company’s shares fell about 2.5 percent in after-hours trading on We…

Intel Security finally spins out as independent McAfee

Intel has followed through on its pledge to divest itself of its Intel Security division, which it acquired for $7.68 billion in 2010. Now the new company will go by its old name, McAfee, and it is valued at $4.2 billion. Intel will still own 49 percent of the new company, while private equity firm …

Blackstone’s Jay Leek joins Florida VC firm to manage $300 million security fund

EXCLUSIVE: Rumors have been spreading lately about where Jay Leek, former managing director and chief information security officer (CISO) at Blackstone, will be heading next  His pick? ClearSky, an under-the-radar venture capital firm based in Palm Beach, Florida, where he will be managing a $300 mi…

No Entry: 70+ Startups Securing IoT, Cars, And Critical Infrastructure In One Market Map

As internet-connected hardware proliferates, there’s been a corresponding rise in cyber security threats, with malicious hackers using these new digital entry points to infiltrate and disrupt systems. In turn, startups focused on securing the Internet of Things (IoT) and the … Continued

Beyond Moore’s Law: 12 Investors, CEOs, And Researchers Sound Off On Quantum Computing

Quantum computers can solve real-world problems much faster than traditional computers—and their capacity is only increasing. Steve Jurveston, managing director of the investment firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson, and an early investor in leading quantum computing company D-Wave Systems, dubbed the pheno…

Faster security 'innovation lanes' set to open at LAX

Air travelers who can’t stand waiting in line will get some relief when Los Angeles International Airport opens its first two “innovation lanes” designed to speed security screening by up to 30%. The two new lanes are scheduled to open at Terminal 7, home of United Airlines, by the end of this..…
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