Arctic Wolf’s first-ever acquisition will help businesses continuously probe their networks, discover connected devices, and test their social engineering resilience.
Arctic Wolf Networks has purchased up-and-coming vulnerability assessment vendor RootSecure to help mid-market enterprises better assess and manage their cybersecurity risk.
WATERLOO —Arctic Wolf Networks is buying fellow cybersecurity company RootSecure Corp.
The acquisition announced Wednesday comes about seven weeks after Waterloo-based Arctic Wolf secured $45 million in funding, bringing its total funding to $91.2 million.
"Everyone on the team is really excited," said Ian Hassard, who was the vice-president of product and marketing at Kitchener-based RootSecure.
Drawbridge Partners, LLC engages in a partnership with RootSecure to power its cybersecurity services offering. The entire RootSecure portfolio will be utilized as part of the Drawbridge Partners Cybersecurity offering
Kitchener company’s software that tests employees regularly, and constantly monitors a network for vulnerabilities and weaknesses waiting to be exploited by hackers.
A new cybersecurity company hit the ground running after Vancouver-based Uniserve Communications bought some of the assets of RootCellar Technologies.
Uniserve is a unified communications company in existence for 30 years, combining voice, data and media all into one seamless solution, and RootSecure, a leader in Cyber Risk assessment technology announce a new partnership between companies.