Expel Stock

expel.ioEnterprise Software / CybersecurityFounded: 2016Funding to Date: $288.82MM

Expel is a cybersecurity company that aims to offer managed security with 24x7 detection, response, and resilience. With a mission to make security easy to understand, the company offers services such as phishing investigation, vulnerability prioritization, and managed detection and response. Expel also includes tech integrations with the goal of maximizing security stacks. Expel was founded by Dave Merkel, Justin Bajko, and Yanek Korff in 2016 and is headquartered in Herndon, VA.

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Management Team

David Merkel
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Michael Evans
Chief Marketing Officer
Yanek Korff
Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer
Matt Peters
Chief Technology Officer & Head, Engineering
Bruce Potter
Chief Information Security Officer
Justin Bajko
Co-Founder & Vice President of Strategy and Business Development

Board Members

Shardul Shah
Index Ventures
Ariel Tseitlin
Scale Venture Partners
Mourad Yesayan
Paladin Capital Group

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News Highlights

Managed detection and response provider Expel raises $140.3M

Expel, a managed detection and response (MDR) provider, has raised $140.3 million at a $1 billion post-money.

CapitalG leads $50 million investment in managed cybersecurity provider Expel

Expel, a managed security service provider that companies outsource their cybersecurity to, has raised $50 million in a round of funding led by CapitalG.

Expel lands $50M Series D as security operations increases in importance – TechCrunch

Even in these trying economic times, there are some services that companies can’t do without. Having good security tools is one of them. Expel, a 4-year old startup that offers security operations as a service, announced a $50 million Series D financing today. CapitalG led the round with part…

Expel raises $40 million to help companies manage cybersecurity

Expel has raised $40 million for a managed security service that filters out false positives and helps companies keep on top of endless alerts.
Updated on: Jul 24, 2024


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