Microsoft Corp. said it has agreed to acquire RiskIQ, a security software maker, as the tech giant tries to expand its products and better protect customers amid a rising tide of global cyberattacks. Known for its annual report on security called the “Evil Internet Minute,” RiskIQ has raised $83 million from firms like Summit Partners and Battery Ventures, according to Crunchbase. It was founded in 2009.
The 'Evil Internet Minute' report by RiskIQ has highlighted how much cybercrime cost organisations and how they were hit.
RiskIQ, a San Francisco, CA – based attack surface management company, raised $15m in Series D funding