With the help of additional funding totaling $25 million, the cybersecurity business SpecterOps will be able to expand the use of its tools for analyzing cyberattack routes in enterprise cloud platforms.
BloodHound Enterprise is an attack path management tool that maps and quantifies identity attack paths in Microsoft’s Active Directory and Azure. The Seattle business will use the new funding to accelerate the adoption of BloodHound Enterprise. The University of Texas at Austin, Capital Group, and Woodside Energy are a few examples of clients.
The path an attacker follows to take advantage of a system vulnerability is referred to as an attack path.
Businesses of all sizes are under pressure to invest in security systems as a result of the rising number of cyber threats. By 2025, firms will spend more than $100 billion on related services, according to McKinsey and Co.
David McGuire, the CEO of SpectorOps, a 2016 startup, has more than 20 years of experience in industrial leadership and cybersecurity responsibilities with the United States Marine Corps.
The business is one of a rising number of cybersecurity firms that have opened offices in Seattle.
Decibel, a Palo Alto venture firm, was the one that organized the Series A funding round. The co-founders of Duo Security, Jon Oberheide and Dug Song, as well as Mandiant CEO and founder Kevin Mandia, are other participants.