Threatcare, an Austin, Texas-based provider of a proactive cyber defense platform, acquired Savage Security, a Knoxville, TN-based provider of cybersecurity services and applied research.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
With the acquisition, Threatcare gains the ability to provide additional services alongside Violet, its cybersecurity industry’s virtual assistant, while Savage Security’s founders will continue their services work with the benefit of larger staff and funding.
Savage Security will shift to Threatcare’s branding while continuing to provide its research and services.
Founded in 2016 by Adrian Sanabria and Kyle Bubp, now the Director of Strategic Services for Threatcare, Savage Security provides subscription services to its clients, which include monthly allotments of consulting hours, security advisory alerts and strategic guidance. In addition to assessments, Savage also provides product testing and due diligence for vendors and manufacturers.
Led by Marcus Carey, founder and CEO, Threatcare allows organizations to defend against cybersecurity threats by improving vulnerability management and defense capabilities. Its Violet platform is a BAS Technology (Breach and Attack Simulation Technology) that allows security teams, incident responders, and network forensic practitioners to reduce their attack surface by continuously monitoring their cybersecurity posture.