Qomplx, a Tysons, Va.-based cloud-native risk analytics company, completed the acquisition of Hyperion Gray, an information security company.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
Hyperion Gray’s team of software engineers, data scientists, and offensive security experts have joined Qomplx’ team as key members of the company’s cybersecurity and analytics teams.
Led by Alejandro Caceres, Founder and CEO, Hyperion Gray provides a cybersecurity and open-source intelligence (OSINT) expertise platform that will enhance and complement Qomplx’ risk analytics, cybersecurity, and cyber insurance offerings. Through the acquisition, Qomplx continues to enhance its capabilities in data-driven cybersecurity external security posture, intelligence, and advanced security penetration testing and adversary emulation.
Hyperion Gray’s “PunkSPIDER” web application vulnerability search engine, Omnisense internet scanners and sensors, and advanced OSINT and dark web research tools are all being integrated into Q:CYBER and QOMPLX offerings.
Led by Jason Crabtree, co-founder & CEO, Qomplx provides a comprehensive solution that combines external attack surface intelligence with internal telemetry from Active Directory, log sources, and other security tool feeds into a dedicated data fusion layer with optional augmentation from expert human operators.
The company is co-founded by Crabtree, who is a former Special Advisor to the Commanding General of the U.S. Army Cyber Command and the Department of Defense, West Point graduate, Rhodes Scholar, and veteran of the War in Afghanistan, and by CTO Andrew Sellers, a U.S. Air Force Academy valedictorian, Truman Scholar, and Iraq War veteran.
Qomplx has entered into a definitive business combination agreement with Tailwind Acquisition Corp. and will be traded on NYSE under the ticker QPLX upon closing of the proposed business combination.