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Cyber Risk Management Firm Brinqa Raises $110 Million

Cyber risk management solutions provider Brinqa this week announced that it received $110 million in growth capital from private equity firm Insight Partners.

Cyber risk management solutions provider Brinqa this week announced that it received $110 million in growth capital from private equity firm Insight Partners.

Bootstrapped and founder-backed since 2009, the company helps organizations gain a better view of cyber risk across their resources, through the seamless integration of security sources into a unified knowledge graph.

Leveraging its Cyber Risk Graph and more than 150 cybersecurity data integrations, Brinqa’s applications cover multiple cybersecurity areas, including application security, asset and vulnerability management, and cloud and container security.

Brinqa was not actively looking for outside investment and this is the first infusion of cash the company has received in its more than twelve years of operation.

“While technology is a competitive advantage for businesses, its aggressive adoption has amplified the challenge of bringing it all together in a meaningful way. We founded Brinqa to help organizations harness the vast and rapidly growing stores of data towards the critical challenge of quantifying, operationalizing, and reducing cyber risk,” Amad Fida, CEO of Brinqa, said.

Brinqa is headquartered in Austin, Texas, but also has offices in New York, the San Francisco Bay Area, Buenos Aires, and Bangalore.

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Ionut Arghire is an international correspondent for SecurityWeek.

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