Security-Tech IntSights Raises $30 Million in Funding

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Threat intelligence company IntSights announced it has raised $30 million in funding to forward expansion of its security platform.

This Series D funding round pushes its total funding to $70 million. Qumra Capital led the round, along with previous investors Blackstone, Tola Capital, Wipro, Blumberg Capital, ClearSky Capital and Glilot Capital.

As part of the funding deal, Boaz Dinte from Qumra Capital will be joining IntSights Board of Directors.

Founded in 2015, IntSights has being growing steadly, with 275 enterprise customers, including DavisPolk, Wipro, American Eagle Outfitters and Blackstone, now using its services. InSights provides companies with an all-in-one external threat protection solution enabling security teams to gain data on and manage threats outside the wire.

“IntSights is disrupting the multibillion-dollar threat intelligence market by enabling enterprises to automatically identify, block, and take down threats in their external environment,” said IntSights co-founder and CEO Guy Nizan, in a statement. “Unlike any other solution on the market, the foundation of our product line is based around automation. This gives us the ability to scale our capabilities to address cybersecurity threats across the clear, deep, and dark web, and provide an end-to-end remediation process. We don’t just detect threats, we resolve them for you.”

IntSights plans to accelerate its product development and expand commercial operations with this new round of funding.


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