- November 28, 2018
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- Category: venture capital funding
CyberGRX has transformed the way the market conducts third-party cyber risk management by replacing static and siloed methods with a dynamic and collaborative approach that unites third parties and their customers in the fight against cyber threats. While organizations and third parties face different challenges in third-party risk management, CyberGRX has proven that organizations are stronger when they work together. The CyberGRX Exchange breaks down barriers between third parties and their customers, enabling them to share dynamic data and create actionable insights on how to prioritize and reduce their collective risk. As more companies continue to join CyberGRX in an alliance against supply chain attacks, the benefits of the Exchange get stronger and organizations profit from a collaborative approach, including joint negotiation, community benchmarking and shared costs among users.
To help drive the company's enterprise growth strategy, Ariel Tseitlin, a partner at Scale Venture Partners, will join CyberGRX's board of directors. "CyberGRX has redefined the traditional approach to managing cyber risk by launching an Exchange that standardizes the assessment process for enterprises and third-party customers," said Tseitlin. "By using a dynamic and collective approach, CyberGRX enables both sides of the market to increase efficiencies while reducing risk. We are very proud to be a part of their growth and look forward to future successes."
Named an Innovation Sandbox finalist at RSAC 2018, CyberGRX continues to gain momentum. The company has, and will continue to add essential sales, marketing and customer success positions to support their growth, including the recent hire of Brian Fegley, as CyberGRX's Vice President of Customer Success. Fegley and his team will focus on ensuring the CyberGRX customer experience on and off the Exchange is conducive to helping third parties and their customers work together to reduce risk. Fegley and the CyberGRX customer success team will also manage the recently launched online TPCRM community, purpose-built to encourage cross organizational collaboration between risk professionals and IT teams who are struggling with the inefficiencies created by traditional approaches to third-party cyber risk management.
"Third-party cyber risk management is a challenge to all organizations, regardless of size or industry," says Fred Kneip, CEO, CyberGRX. "Rather than reacting to breaches after they occur, companies need to take a more proactive approach to managing third-party cyber risk. This requires more industry collaboration, meaning organizations and their third parties must work together to mitigate the risk of potential breaches before they become a target for attackers."
Any company that shares data with third parties is in a race with hackers. To take the lead, it is critical for organizations, big and small, to identify the vulnerabilities within their digital ecosystem before attackers do. The CyberGRX Exchange is the most cost-effective and easiest way to identify, prioritize and minimize risk, for both third parties and their upstream partners. The Exchange, built on a shared cost model, features comprehensive, standardized assessments as well as the advanced analytics to turn that data into actionable insights and augment teams to achieve more with existing resources.
To keep up to date on CyberGRX's latest announcements, please visit https://www.cybergrx.com/.
CyberGRX provides enterprises and their third parties with the most cost-effective and scalable approach to third-party cyber risk management today. Built on the market's first third-party cyber risk Exchange, CyberGRX arms organizations with a dynamic stream of third-party data and advanced analytics helping organizations efficiently manage risk in their partner ecosystems. Based in Denver, CO, CyberGRX was designed with partners including ADP, Aetna, Blackstone and MassMutual. For more information, visit www.cybergrx.com or follow @CyberGRX on Twitter.
About Scale Venture Partners
Scale Venture Partners (@scalevp) invests in software companies that are transforming the future of work. Investments include: Box (BOX), Chef, Cloudhealth, DataStax, Demandbase, DocuSign, ExactTarget (ET), HubSpot (HUBS), JFrog, Lever, and WalkMe. ScaleVP partners with entrepreneurs to support accelerated growth from the first customer to market leadership. Founded in 2000, ScaleVP has over $1 billion under management and is located in Silicon Valley. For more information visit www.scalevp.com.
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|18/04/2017||$20,000,000||Series B||Aetna Ventures, Allegis Capital, Bessemer Venture Partners, ClearSky Power & Technology Fund, Google Ventures, MassMutual Ventures, Rally Ventures, Ten Eleven Ventures||Bessemer Venture Partners|
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