Breach Simulation platforms

Updated: March 03, 2022

2022. BlueVoyant nabs $250M to help enterprises nab malicious hackers and stop security breaches



BlueVoyant, that’s building a multi-faceted cybersecurity toolkit, has raised $250 million. The company’s core premise is to present a platform that addresses the security issue for organizations as a challenge of two parts, internal and external cyberdefense. Internal covers managed detection and response for threats that have made it past an organization’s existing security walls and covers internal infrastructure, with specific MDR toolsets created by BlueVoyant and using third-party technology to cover Microsoft apps, Splunk and more generally endpoints across the network.


2021. Breach simulation startup AttackIQ raises $44M



AttackIQ, a cybersecurity startup that provides organizations with breach and attack simulation solutions, has raised $44 million. AttackIQ provides an automated validation platform that runs scenarios to detect any gaps in a company’s defenses, enabling organizations to test and measure the effectiveness of their security posture and receive guidance on how to fix what’s broken. Broadly, AttackIQ’s platform helps an organization’s security teams anticipate, prepare and hunt for threats that may impact their business, before hackers get there first.