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Firmware Security Company Eclypsium Raises $25 Million in Series B Funding
Firmware is everywhere. Your security should be, too
Eclypsium lands $25M to secure the device supply chain
Eclypsium, a Portland security startup that protects device supply chains, raises $25M
This Week In Security: Secure Boot Bypass, Attack On Titan M, KASLR Weakness
Microsoft warns Secure Boot update might fail to install
Cyber Security Today, Aug. 15, 2022
Secure Boot Bypass Flaws Affect Bootloaders of Many Devices Made in Past Decade
New exploits can bypass Secure Boot and modern UEFI security protections
Three flaws allow attackers to bypass UEFI Secure Boot feature
Eclypsium researchers present information on 3 new bootloader vulnerabilities
Researchers Uncover UEFI Secure Boot Bypass in 3 Microsoft Signed Boot Loaders
Eclypsium calls out Microsoft over bootloader security woes
Microsoft blocks UEFI bootloaders enabling Windows Secure Boot bypass
Conti spotted working on exploits for Intel Management Engine flaws
Cybercriminals look to exploit Intel ME vulnerabilities for highly persistent implants
Conti Leaks Reveal Ransomware Gang’s Interest in Firmware-based Attacks
Intel Chipset Firmware Actively Targeted by Conti Group
Conti ransomware targeted Intel firmware for stealthy attacks
Leaks Show Conti Ransomware Group Working on Firmware Exploits
Omnipotent BMCs from Quanta remain vulnerable to critical Pantsdown threat
Pantsdown’ BMC vulnerability still present in Quanta servers
Quanta Servers Caught With Pantsdown BMC Vulnerability
QCT Servers Affected by ‘Pantsdown’ BMC Vulnerability
Critical ‘Pantsdown’ BMC Vulnerability Affects QCT Servers Used in Data Centers
Critical ‘Pantsdown’ BMC Vulnerability Affects QCT Servers Used in Data Centers
Critical ‘Pantsdown’ BMC Vulnerability Affects QCT Servers Used in Data Centers
Three years after ‘pantsdown’ baseboard vulnerability, pants are still down
Vulnerabilities and exploits: Pantsdown, ChromeLoader. Ransomware campaign updates. CISA Known Exploited Vulnerabilities.
Some QCT servers vulnerable to ‘Pantsdown’ flaw say security researchers

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Award given to companies that demonstrate incredible potential in cybersecurity market

The new round highlights market demand to protect global businesses from soaring breaches through supply chains of critical hardware, devices, firmware and software

New research report reveals financial organizations are failing to act despite majority experiencing a firmware-related breach

Eclypsium selected as the first company to help fortify the supply chain of hardware and firmware in government networks and systems

Company acknowledged for compliance, security health and technical excellence with SOC2 Type II certification and Global Infosec award win

New Fortune 500 customers, strategic partnerships and expansion in new global markets and industries propel company as supply chain attacks intensify.

Partnership aims to capture growing market opportunity around cybersecurity and help develop new revenue streams in Japan.

Eclypsium®, the enterprise firmware security company, today announced the appointment of Jarrod Bogue as Chief Revenue Officer and welcomed Arif Kareem to Eclypsium’s Board of Advisors.  

Eclypsium, the enterprise firmware security company, today announced the availability of Eclypsium for Network Devices, which allows organizations full visibility and control over their network device fleets, their networking infrastructure, and their device supply chains without installing agents on the devices themselves.

Leading enterprise firmware security company recognized as Baby Black Unicorn, having potential of being valued at $1b in near future

Eclypsium, the enterprise device integrity company, announced it has partnered with Securecraft PTE. Ltd, an authorized Singapore-based IT distributor.

Portland, OR – May 17, 2021 – Eclypsium® today announced a major new extension to their enterprise device integrity platform, which lets organizations easily extend visibility and security beyond their traditional endpoints to now include network and unmanaged devices that can impact overall security posture. These include traditional network gear like switches, routers, VPNs, application […]

Portland, OR – May 7, 2021 –Eclypsium®, the enterprise device security company, today announced it has been awarded a U.S. Air Force, AFWERX Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase 1 contract. The contract will allow Eclypsium to conduct feasibility studies with the Department of Defense (DoD) to demonstrate how the company’s enterprise device security platform supports unprecedented […]

Organizations Apply Risk-Based Vulnerability Management to Firmware and Hardware Infrastructure

Financing Accelerates Company Growth to Address Massive Device Security Gap

Eclypsium has been recognized as the Emerging Technology Company of the Year by the Technology Association or Oregon.

Eclypsium today announced its selection by TAG Cyber as a Distinguished Vendor in the 2021 Security Annual.

Eclypsium, an innovator in enterprise device security, has been recognized as one of four vendors in Gartner’s recent report Cool Vendors in Security Operations and Threat Intelligence.

Enterprise firmware security leader also receives Info Security PG’s Global Excellence Award and multiple Cybersecurity Excellence Awards

Enterprise Firmware Security Leader Recognized as One of The Most Promising Startups to Watch

Eclypsium Platform Now Generally Available; Joint Demos Available at RSA Conference

Eclypsium recognized for pioneering security that defends the firmware layer of the enterprise from vulnerabilities and threats

Madrona Venture Group, Andreessen Horowitz and Intel Capital Invest in Eclypsium’s Oversubscribed Series A Round.

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