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Founded: 2013Funding to Date: $384M
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Exabeam, a developer of a security intelligence platform, is designed to identify data breaches. The platform employs user and entity behavior analytics, leveraging security-focused data science and innovative stateful user tracking technology to pinpoint insider threats and data exfiltration. It also offers an automated incident response that reduces security blind spots. This empowers clients to detect and prevent cyberattacks that would typically go unnoticed in most enterprises.

Investors include:
Lightspeed Venture Partners logo
Further Key Investors:

DFi Ventures, Dragon Capital (California), 3737 North Capital, SharesPost, DiversiFi Capital, Empede Capital Partners, Aspect Ventures, Icon Ventures, ADS Ventures, Cisco Investments, Vibora Capital, Norwest Venture Partners, Sapphire Ventures, Sparq Capital (United States), Fabrica Ventures, 2B Global Capital, Blue Owl Capital, Material V, Junipero Capital Management, Artisanal Ventures, Inflection Ventures (New York), Acrew Capital, HighGear Ventures.

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Management Team

Adam GellerCo-Chief Executive Officer, Chief Product Officer and Board Member
Ralph PisaniCo-Founder & President
Holly GreyChief Financial Officer
Pedro AbreuChief Operating Officer
Gorka SadowskiChief Strategy Officer
Ryan BrichantGlobal Vice President & Chief Technology Officer
Allwyn LoboChief Development Officer
Gianna DriverChief Human Resources Officer
Grant McCormickChief Information Officer
Tyler FarrarChief Information Security Officer
Sherry LoweChief Marketing Officer
Chris CesioChief Revenue Officer
Anthony KolishExecutive Vice President of Customer Success
Nir PolakCo-Founder & Chairman
Chris StewartVice President of Business Development & Global Alliances

Board Members

Anders RanumBoard Member
Jeb MillerBoard Member
Mark Edwin JensenBoard Member
Matthew HowardBoard Member
Nir PolakBoard Member
Pravin VizraniBoard Member
Ravi MhatreBoard Member
Shlomo KramerBoard Member
Theresia GouwBoard Member

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Exabeam in the News

Source: Help Net SecurityExabeam and Google Cloud join forces to modernize security operations

Exabeam announced it is expanding its partnership with Google Cloud in the development of generative AI models in its cloud-native New-Scale SIEM product portfolio. As a Google Cloud partner, the collaborative development process on Google Cloud generative AI…

Source: Help Net SecurityExabeam and Cribl partnership helps enterprises accelerate SIEM deployments

Exabeam and Cribl have announced a new strategic partnership. The partnership enables New-Scale SIEM to more quickly and securely ingest data for enterprises and accelerate deployment. With a shared mission to empower security teams to seamlessly integrate th…

Source: Help Net SecurityExabeam appoints Adam Geller as CEO

Exabeam has unveiled that Adam Geller has been appointed as CEO. Michael DeCesare is stepping down as CEO and President, but will continue to serve as a Board advisor. Geller is a well-respected Silicon Valley leader who has built a 25-year career in the info…

Source: Help Net SecurityExabeam launches Outcomes Navigator to help organizations detect securitythreats

Exabeam has announced the general availability of Outcomes Navigator, an advanced visualization feature within the New-Scale SIEM product portfolio. Outcomes Navigator helps cybersecurity leaders overcome one of their most significant challenges –– having a c…

Source: Help Net SecurityInability to prevent bad things from happening seen as the worst part of asecurity job

83% of organizations experienced more than one data breach in 2022. However, 97% of respondents feel confident that they are well-equipped with the tools and processes needed to prevent and identify intrusions or breaches, according to Exabeam. “The findings …

Source: Business WireExabeam Survey Finds Organizations Prioritize Prevention Over Detection WhileBreaches Continue to Rise

FOSTER CITY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research shows the inability to prevent bad things from happening as the worst part of a security job.