ThreatConnect, Inc. is the leading provider of advanced threat intelligence products and services including ThreatConnect®, the most comprehensive Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) on the market. ThreatConnect delivers a single platform in the cloud and on-premises to effectively aggregate, analyze, and act to counter sophisticated cyber-attacks. Leveraging advanced analytics capabilities ThreatConnect offers a superior understanding of relevant cyber threats to business operations.
Type
Private
HQ
Arlington, US
Founded
2011
Size (employees)
115 (est)-2%
ThreatConnect was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Arlington, US
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Key People/Management at ThreatConnect

Adam Vincent

Adam Vincent

CEO / Co-Founder
Andy Pendergast

Andy Pendergast

Product Director, Co-Founder
Keith Gologorsky

Keith Gologorsky

Director of Services, Co-Founder
Rich Barger

Rich Barger

CIO and Director of Threat Intelligence, Co-Founder
Leigh Reichel

Leigh Reichel

CFO / Co-Founder

ThreatConnect Office Locations

ThreatConnect has an office in Arlington
Arlington, US (HQ)
550 3865 Wilson Blvd
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ThreatConnect Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2011

Total Funding

$22 m

Latest funding size

$16 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Investors

ThreatConnect's latest funding round in December 2015 was reported to be $16 m. In total, ThreatConnect has raised $22 m
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ThreatConnect News and Updates

Sloppy VPN mistake reportedly exposed DNC hacker as Russian spy

Even Russian spies apparently make mistakes when it comes to VPNs. Like Guccifer 2.0, the self-proclaimed hacker apparently responsible for burrowing into the Democratic National Committee computer network, then sending stolen emails to WikiLeaks. According to a new report by The Daily Beast, Gucc…

Exploring the darkness of BlackEnergy

Over the last 10 years, the BlackEnergy malware family has grown to include three variants that has been used to target the energy and industrial sectors. The post Exploring the darkness of BlackEnergy appeared first on Computer Business Review.
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