Cyberintelligence firm Cyble pockets $10 million in Series A funding

Cyber-intelligence firm Cyble this week announced the closing of a $10 million Series A funding round, bringing the company’s total raised to around $14.5 million.

The round was led by Blackbird and received participation from previous investors Cendana Capital, January Capital, Spider Capital and VentureSouq.

The company aims to help customers stay protected from surface, deep and dark web exposure by providing real-time visibility into their digital risk footprint through continuous monitoring of dark and surface web data from sources open and closed.

Cyble plans to use the new investment to expand its product roadmap, as well as expand into new markets and amplify the capabilities of Cyble Research Labs (CRL).

Founded in 2019, Cyble is headquartered in Georgia, USA, but also has offices in Australia, Singapore and India. With a base of 80 employees, the company serves customers in six countries.

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Ionut Argire is an international correspondent for SecurityWeek.

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