DefenseStorm Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- DefenseStorm's estimated annual revenue is currently $21.6M per year.
- DefenseStorm's estimated revenue per employee is $214,099
- DefenseStorm's total funding is $34.2M.
- DefenseStorm has 101 Employees.
- DefenseStorm grew their employee count by 1163% last year.
DefenseStorm Competitors & AlternativesAdd Company
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What Is DefenseStorm?
DefenseStorm is the only company that combines and automates in real time cybersecurity and cybercompliance built for banking, so financial institutions can achieve Cyber Safety & Soundness according to regulations and their own policies. The DefenseStorm GRIDâ„¢ is the only co-managed, cloud-based and compliance-automated solution of its kind, operating as a technology system and as a service supported by experts in financial institution security and compliance. It watches everything on an FI's network and matches it to defined policies for real time, complete and proactive cyber exposure readiness, keeping institutions threat ready, security teams smart and executives board accountable. The FFIEC CAT requirements are built-in to an Active Complianceâ„¢ engine and automated, as can be other frameworks and an FI's own policies, turning previously manual "check-box"â€‹ compliance into a real time discipline that meaningfully enhances an FI's risk management posture . A Threat Ready Active Compliance (TRAC) Teamâ„¢ co-manages the DefenseStorm GRID with customers to deliver the advantages of a Security Operations Center in the cloud without requiring more staff and capital expenditures. DefenseStorm answers a key need, especially for regional and community-focused banks and credit unions. Cybercriminals are constantly evolving their tactics and FIs are a top target â€“ in fact, research shows they see 65% more attacks and potential threats than do organizations in other industries. Regional and community-focused banks and credit unions are potentially even more vulnerable as they often can't staff large IT departments and cybersecurity teams. DefenseStorm gives them the protection they need, with pricing aligned to asset size so they can cover everything without over investing. Offices locations: Alpharetta, Georgia - Corporate Headquarters Seattle, Washington - Research & Development Center Wilmington, North Carolina - Business Development Centerkeywords:Financial Services, Security, Enterprise Security, Cyber Security
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ALPHARETTA, Ga.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--DefenseStorm, a leading cloud-based cybersecurity, cyberfraud and cybercompliance management provider to...
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DefenseStorm, an Alpharetta, Ga.-based cloud-based cybersecurity, cybercompliance, and cyberfraud management provider to regional and community banks and credit unions, raised $5m in funding. Curql Collective, through its Strategic Investment Fund, Curql Fund I, made the investment, bringing to ...
DefenseStorm, the leading cloud-based cybersecurity, cybercompliance, and cyberfraud management provider to regional and community banks and credit unions, today announced that Curql Collective, through its Strategic Investment Fund, Curql Fund I has invested $5M thanks to DefenseStorm’s unprece ...
Cybersecurity firm DefenseStorm raised a $12 million Series B round to expand its platform. The round was led by Georgian, a Toronto, Canada-based fintech firm that invests in high-growth software companies. Atlanta-based TTV Capital also participated. DefenseStorm also received $7 million in g ...
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|Edgardo Nazario||Chief Product Officer and Co-founder|
|Steve Soukup||Chief Executive Officer|
|Bob Thibodeaux||Chief Information Security Officer|
|Grant Edwards||Chief Financial Officer|
|Mike Shah||Chief Financial Officer|
|David Torgerson||VP, Financial Institution Sales|
|David Cross||Vice President, Head of Marketing|
|Alex Hernandez||Vice President, Emerging Technology|
|Janie Wall||Vice President, Banking Sales & Business Development|
|Paige Barry||VP, Customer Solutions|
|Stephen Migliore||Vice President of Sales|
|Robin Mace||Vice President, Sales Enablement|
|Mike Manahan||Vice President, Head of Sales|
|Stephen Migliore||Vice President, Sales|
|David Cross||Vice President, Marketing|