Brinqa, a provider of cyber risk management solutions, revealed this week that it had obtained $110 million in expansion funding from private equity company Insight Partners.
Since 2009, the company has been bootstrapped and backed by its founders to help enterprises obtain a better understanding of cyber risk across their resources through the seamless integration of security sources into a unified knowledge graph.
Brinqa’s solutions span several cybersecurity categories, including application security, asset and vulnerability management, and cloud and container security, by leveraging its Cyber Risk Graph and more than 150 cybersecurity data connectors.
Brinqa was not actively seeking outside investment, and this is the first capital infusion the company has gotten in its almost twelve-year history.
“While technology provides organisations with a competitive advantage, its rapid adoption has increased the difficulty of bringing it all together in a meaningful way. Brinqa was developed to help organisations utilise the large and quickly rising amounts of data in order to tackle the essential task of measuring, operationalizing, and minimising cyber risk, according to Amad Fida, the company’s CEO.
Brinqa has offices in New York, the San Francisco Bay Area, Buenos Aires, and Bangalore, in addition to its headquarters in Austin, Texas.