LookingGlass Acquires Cyveillance

Chris Coleman, President and CEO, Lookingglass Cyber Solutions

Chris Coleman, President and CEO, Lookingglass Cyber Solutions

LookingGlass Cyber Solutions announced Dec. 11 that it has acquired Cyveillance, a provider of open-source threat intelligence. Along with the acquisition, LookingGlass has also secured a $50 million round of Series C financing led by NewSpring Capital.

“LookingGlass’ product suite addresses every stage of the threat intelligence lifecycle, providing an outstanding breadth of data, actionable insights and automated responses,” NewSpring General Partner Glenn Rieger said. “Chris Coleman has recruited an exceptional team with extensive cyber and network security experience and we look forward to working together.”

“Our acquisition of Cyveillance further advances our corporate strategy of delivering the most comprehensive threat intelligence capability in the market,” LookingGlass CEO Chris Coleman said. “The addition of Cyveillance allows LookingGlass to expand our coverage across the risk landscape helping security teams stay ahead of threats in an efficient and effective way.”

With the acquisition of Cyveillance, along with the earlier acquisitions of CloudShield and Kleissner & Accociates, LookingGlass is strengthening its ability to deliver the most advanced and comprehensive threat intelligence driven solutions from a single company.

ARC Securities advised LookingGlass on the acquisition and capital raise. NewSpring Capital joins current LookingGlass investors, Alsop Louie Partners and Neuberger Berman Group.

Related: LookingGlass Cyber Solutions Acquires Kleissner and Associates


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