LookingGlass Cyber Solutions, a ZeroFox company, expands contract with critical U.S. government department of defense organization
Washington, DC, May 15, 2022 – ZeroFox, a leading external cybersecurity provider, has today announced that its subsidiary, LookingGlass Cyber Solutions, has expanded its partnership with a critical U.S. Federal Department of Defense agency. This announcement comes on the heels of the recent acquisition of LookingGlass by ZeroFox. The renewal provides the agency with enhanced visibility, actionable threat intelligence, and increased protection across the entire external attack surface.
Today’s external attack surface requires increased intelligence on the threats targeting organizations outside the perimeter. LookingGlass is a known leader in internet-scale threat intelligence and global attack surface monitoring. The renewed contract will help the United States government stay ahead of the attacker with actionable threat intelligence provided by LookingGlass.
“Our commitment to providing relevant and contextual cyber threat intelligence remains steadfast,” said Bryan Ware, Chief Development Officer, ZeroFox and former CEO of LookingGlass. “We understand the importance of delivering timely, mission-relevant data that enables our customers to make informed decisions and take swift action against cyber threats. We thrive on the challenge of meeting the complex needs of our federal government and defense agency customers.”
ZeroFox and LookingGlass’s combined customer base includes more than a thousand global enterprises and some of the largest public sector and enterprise agencies in the world. To learn more about our broader external cybersecurity solution, visit zerofox.com.
ZeroFox (Nasdaq: ZFOX), an enterprise software-as-a-service leader in external cybersecurity, has redefined security outside the corporate perimeter on the internet, where businesses operate, and threat actors thrive. The ZeroFox platform combines advanced AI analytics, digital risk and privacy protection, full-spectrum threat intelligence, and a robust portfolio of breach, incident and takedown response capabilities to expose and disrupt phishing and fraud campaigns, botnet exposures, credential theft, impersonations, data breaches, and physical threats that target your brands, domains, people, and assets. Join thousands of customers, including some of the largest public sector organizations as well as finance, media, technology and retail companies to stay ahead of adversaries and address the entire lifecycle of external cyber risks. ZeroFox and the ZeroFox logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of ZeroFox, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. Visit www.zerofox.com for more information.
About LookingGlass Cyber Solutions
LookingGlass is the global cybersecurity leader enabling national, industrial, and enterprise-scale decisions with unparalleled, curated intelligence on critical assets, risks, and sectors. For more than a decade, the most advanced organizations in the world have trusted LookingGlass to help them protect their economic and national security interests. Find out how we can help your organization at https://lookingglasscyber.com.
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Malory Van Guilder