UpGuard is the first digital resilience platform that evaluates the ongoing configuration state of every server, application, or network device in your complex corporate infrastructure to provide deep visibility and insight into your configuration state. UpGuard can help you accelerate DevOps initiatives by validating your complete tool-chain and pipeline, discover critical security gaps and vulnerabilities, and foster the necessary insights for deploying, managing, retiring and optimizing IT systems safely and securely.
UpGuard is now the only company that provides you with your Cyber Security Threat Assessment Report, or CSTAR, score. The CSTAR score is a single, easy-to-understand value representing an organization's aptitude in monitoring compliance, tracking unwanted change and detecting vulnerabilities in their infrastructure. UpGuard customer’s are already using their CSTAR score to easily understand and remediate their risk for data breaches and unplanned outages as well as obtaining cyber insurance coverage that was never available before.

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Mountain View, US
Size (employees)
54 (est)-1%
UpGuard was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Mountain View, US
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UpGuard Office Locations

UpGuard has offices in New York, Mountain View and Portland
Mountain View, US (HQ)
203 238 Castro St
Portland, US
120 10725 SW Barbur Blvd
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UpGuard Financials and Metrics

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Total Funding

$27 m

Latest funding size

$17 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago
UpGuard's latest funding round in August 2016 was reported to be $17 m. In total, UpGuard has raised $27 m
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UpGuard News and Updates

Details of 123 million US citizens exposed

UpGuard has found an unlocked S3 bucket with a lot of personal data.

Data of almost two million US voters leaks

Voters in the state of Illinois may have had their personal details revealed.

Voter records for 200M Americans leaked in ‘largest known data exposure of its kind’

The voter records of more than 198 million Americans have been compromised in what some security experts are calling “the largest known data exposure of its kind.” Deep Root Analytics, a data firm working for the Republican National Committee, had stored 1.1 terabytes of voter data on a publicly acc…
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