Silicon Valley-based RedSeal Networks aims to stay ahead of cyber attackers by analyzing before hand, every external and internal attacks possible on valuable assets of a company
Scot Malloy, Alian Mayer and Brian Laing founded RedSeal Networks in 2004. The Silicon Valley-based company helps Global 2000 organisations protect their critical digital assets by deploying solutions, which determine every possible internal and external attack on a company’s most valuable assets before hand. Typically, the company works with existing security devices, helps uncover previously unknown network devices, keeps networks on par with industry best practices and supports compliance efforts.
The company has raised over US $75.7 million in funding from a series of notable investors, and it serves clients across the Government, retail, technology, healthcare and insurance sector, to name a few.
Category: Digital Network Security
Founders: Scot Malloy, Alian Mayer and Brian Laing
Investors: Sutter Hill Ventures, Icon Ventures, DRW Venture Capital, MATH Venture Partners, JCI Ventures, Leapfrog Ventures, Venrock, G-Bar Ventures and more.
Headquarters: California, United States