Security as a service

Updated: October 26, 2020

2020. Cyberpion raises $8.25M to help businesses secure assets beyond their firewall



Cyberpion, a security startup, aiming to help enterprises identify and neutralize risks that typically stem from connections to their infrastructure assets, has raised an $8.25 million seed round. The service analyzes a company’s security stance with regard to hacker attacks by looking at the connections it makes across the public infrastructure of the internet — and with that it can look at how a company connects to one vendor, but also how they are connected to others, as well. With that, Cyberpion is able to discover the inventory of known and unknown assets a company has across its ecosystem and can continuously scan for security vulnerabilities and, of course, provide alerts and recommendations for how to remedy these issues.


2020. Security as a service provider Expel lands $50M



Expel, a four-year-old startup that offers security operations as a service, announced a $50 million Series D. The idea behind Expel is to give customers a set of tools to help use automation to reduce the number of people required to keep an organization safe. Most companies struggle to find experienced security employees, so it’s using automation to solve a real pain point for them.