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Threat Stack is a cybersecurity company that develops an intrusion detection platform to monitor, assess and mitigate risks in cloud infrastructures.

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Threat Stack Revenue, Funding, Number of Employees, Competitors and Acquisitions

THREAT STACK CEO

Brian M. Ahern

Chairman & CEO

Brian M. Ahern

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Founded:

2012

Headquarters:

BostonMassachusetts

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Threat Stack was founded in 2012 and its headquarters is located in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Threat Stack has $1.5M in revenue and 28 employees. Threat Stack's top competitors are Qualys, CloudPassage and Tripwire.

Threat Stack Competitive Set

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TOTAL FUNDING

REVENUE
(ESTIMATED IF PRIVATE)

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Threat StackThreat Stack ceo

Brian M. Ahern

Chairman & CEO

68/100
1Qualys ceoQualys

Philippe Courtot

Chairman & CEO

50/100684$119.3M$220.1M
2CloudPassage ceoCloudPassage

Robert Thomas

CEO

58/100114$82M$14.2M
3Tripwire ceoTripwire

Dhrupad Trivedi

President

44/1003$1.3K$101.5M
4Dome9 Security ceoDome9 Security

Zohar Alon

Co-Founder & CEO

67/10062$26.8M$10M
5CloudCheckr ceoCloudCheckr

Aaron C. Newman

Founder & CEO

74/100141$52.4M$3M
6SnoopWall ceoSnoopWall

Ed Wall

President & CEO

8/10016$5M$4.8M
7Evident.io ceoEvident.io

Timothy Prendergast

Co-Founder & CEO

58/10079$49M$4M
8DigitalStakeout ceoDigitalStakeout

Adam Mikrut

Founder & CEO

70/10010
$8.5M

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Threat Stack Leadership

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Threat Stack Funding History

Since Threat Stack was founded in 2012, it has participated in 5 rounds of funding. In total Threat Stack has raised $59.8M. Threat Stack's last funding round was on Sep 2017 for a total of $32.5M

ROUNDFUNDING DATE AMOUNTINVESTORS
Series CSep 2017$32.5MF-Prime Capital PartnersFidelity InvestmentsEight Roads VenturesScale Venture Partners406 VenturesAccomplice
Series BApr 2016$15.4MScale Venture Partners406 VenturesAccomplice
Series ANov 2014$7.9MAtlas Venture406 Ventures, LLC

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Threat Stack News

Threat Stack Blog GDPR vs. Existing Frameworks: Overlaps, Differences, and Filling the GapsIntroduction - by Pat Cable, Senior Infrastructure Security Engineer, Threat Stack From time to time Threat Stack invites industry experts to share our blog space, and in today's post, Chris Lippert, Privacy Technical Lead at Schellman & Company, LLC., takes a look at the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a topic that is on everyone's ...Continue reading "GDPR vs. Existing Frameworks: Overlaps, Differences, and Filling the Gaps"Threat Stack Blog
Threat Stack Blog How We Integrated Rust Into Threat Stack's Operations WorkflowTooling is an integral part of operations at Threat Stack. On the Operations team, our job is to enable both ourselves and the Development team to work more effectively. When I started at Threat Stack almost a year ago, my role primarily centered on improving our tooling to create more granular control over our environment. ...Continue reading "How We Integrated Rust Into Threat Stack's Operations Workflow"Threat Stack Blog
Threat Stack Blog 5 Things Your SaaS Company Should Know About GDPRThe General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect on May 25, 2018, and despite being a European Union regulation, its effects are far reaching, as we'll explain below. Regardless of where a company is based, it is subject to GDPR if it collects "personal data" from a person physically located in an EU country, ...Continue reading "5 Things Your SaaS Company Should Know About GDPR"Threat Stack Blog
Threat Stack Blog Threat Stack Takes Home Gold in the 2018 Cybersecurity Excellence AwardsThe Winter Olympics haven't even started, but Threat Stack has already taken home two Golds and a Bronze in the 2018 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards. The Awards, which were announced yesterday, honored Threat Stack with: Gold for Intrusion Detection & Prevention Gold for Insider Threat Detection Bronze for Best Cybersecurity Startup The Cybersecurity Excellence Awards honor ...Continue reading "Threat Stack Takes Home Gold in the 2018 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards"Threat Stack Blog
Threat Stack Blog How a Cloud Security Company Runs Its Security CouncilAt Threat Stack, we believe in building a security culture that starts at the top and functions as a cross-organizational discipline. Achieving this goal requires education and transparency among business partners. That's why we at Threat Stack have built our own internal security council, which meets regularly and reviews issues that are relevant and timely ...Continue reading "How a Cloud Security Company Runs Its Security Council"Threat Stack Blog
Threat Stack Blog The Costs of Open Source & Point Solutions for SaaS SecurityAs a SaaS company, your time and resources are valuable. You need to make solid, strategic decisions about where to focus your time and energy. You also need to ensure that your organization is secure and compliant in the ways that matter to you and to your customers. When it comes to security tools, there ...Continue reading "The Costs of Open Source & Point Solutions for SaaS Security"Threat Stack Blog
Threat Stack Blog How to Answer Tough Board-Level Security & Compliance Questions in 2018GDPR. Meltdown. Spectre. SOC 2. Coming at you like mosquitos on a hot summer night, these topics are of top concern for board members and security teams alike this year. But what do you do when these issues really aren’t of concern to your particular organization? And how can you put your board and executive &#8230; Continue reading "How to Answer Tough Board-Level Security &#038; Compliance Questions in 2018"Threat Stack Blog
Threat Stack Blog Upcoming Webinar: "5 Security & Compliance Questions Your SaaS Business Should be Prepared to Answer in 2018"Live January 30 at 1:00 p.m. EST (10:00 a.m. PST) Click here to register. Today's headlines are full of dire news about the latest cybersecurity threats, and without fail, these blur the lines between hype and reality. As a security, technology, or product leader, you need to separate fact from fiction so you can give ...Continue reading "Upcoming Webinar: "5 Security & Compliance Questions Your SaaS Business Should be Prepared to Answer in 2018""Threat Stack Blog
Threat Stack Blog How SaaS Companies Can Build a Compliance Roadmap for 2018As a SaaS company, compliance is probably the last thing you want to think about as you kick off the new year. It can be complicated, but meeting compliance requirements can also open up new markets, speed up your sales process, and improve your company's overall security posture. When it comes to improving your security ...Continue reading "How SaaS Companies Can Build a Compliance Roadmap for 2018"Threat Stack Blog
Threat Stack Blog Meltdown & Spectre: What You Need to KnowThis post discusses the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, provides some proactive actions that can be taken to mitigate them, and also discusses the use of behavior-based analysis to detect attacks that take advantage of these or similar vulnerabilities, regardless of their signature. Meltdown and Spectre are two architecture-based vulnerabilities, affecting aspects of both hardware and ...Continue reading "Meltdown & Spectre: What You Need to Know"Threat Stack Blog

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Threat Stack Summary Information

Threat Stack is a cybersecurity company that develops an intrusion detection platform to monitor, assess and mitigate risks in cloud infrastructures. Threat Stack was founded in 2012. Threat Stack's headquarters is located in Boston, Massachusetts, USA 02110. It has raised 59.8M in 5 rounds. The latest round was in Sep 2017. Some of Threat Stack's investors include F-Prime Capital Partners, Fidelity Investments and Eight Roads Ventures. Threat Stack's Chairman & CEO, Brian M. Ahern, currently has an approval rating of 68%. 56% of the Owler community believes Threat Stack will get acquired. Threat Stack has an estimated 28 employees and an estimated annual revenue of 1.5M.

Threat Stack's Chairman & CEO, Brian M. Ahern, currently has an approval rating of 68%. Threat Stack's primary competitors are  Qualys CloudPassage Tripwire.

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