Lookingglass Buys CloudShield to Boost Threat-Control Capabilities

Lookingglass Buys CloudShield to Boost Threat-Control Capabilities By Sean Michael Kerner | Posted 2015-03-02 eWeek CloudShield’s deep packet processing capabilities will enhance Lookingglass’ dynamic threat intelligence technology. Lookingglass Cyber Solutions’ acquisition of CloudShield Technologies is aimed at helping improve its dynamic threat intelligence platform capabilities....

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Arlington-Based Lookingglass Acquires CloudShield

Arlington-Based Lookingglass Acquires CloudShield Arlington, Va. — Lookingglass Cyber Solutions, an Arlington-based developer of threat intelligence technology, said on Monday it has acquired CloudShield, the Silicon Valley-based developer of a Deep Packet Processing (DPP) platform. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. The news...

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Lookingglass acquires CloudShield

Lookingglass acquires CloudShield Jeff Clabaugh Broadcast/Web Reporter- Washington Business Journal Arlington-based cybersecurity company Lookingglass Cyber Solutions Inc. has acquired McLean-based CloudlShield LLC. Financial terms of the acquisition weren’t disclosed. Lookingglass says the acquisition underscores the importance of combining threat intelligence with policy enforcement. CloudShield is...

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Lookingglass Acquires CloudShield to Enhance Threat Intelligence Offerings

Lookingglass Acquires CloudShield to Enhance Threat Intelligence Offerings By Mike Lennon on March 02, 2015 Lookingglass Cyber Solutions, an Arlington, VA-based provider of threat intelligence solutions, announced on Monday that it has acquired Deep Packet Processing (DPP) platform provider CloudShield, for an undisclosed amount. The...

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Two Northern Virginia cybersecurity companies become one

Two Northern Virginia cybersecurity companies become one by Steven Overly, Mar 2, 2015 Two cybersecurity companies with operations in Northern Virginia are now one. Lookingglass Cyber Solutions announced Monday it had acquired CloudShield in all-cash transaction. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. Lookingglass,...

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Threat-intelligence firm Lookingglass acquires CloudShield

Threat-intelligence firm Lookingglass acquires CloudShield By Stephen Babcock on March 2, 2015 A cybersecurity company with Baltimore roots announced a major acquisition this week that will more than double its workforce. Lookingglass, which has an office in Canton, acquired CloudShield from defense contractor Leidos (formerly...

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Lookingglass Completes Acquisition of CloudShield

Lookingglass Completes Acquisition of CloudShield Purchase Accelerates Company’s Ability to Address Growing Demand for Threat Intelligence and Active Defense Solutions Arlington, VA – March 2, 2015 – Lookingglass Cyber Solutions Inc., the leader in threat intelligence that transforms security operations, announced today that it has...

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Lookingglass Chief Scientist Jason Lewis Gives Feedback on Obama’s Executive Order on Cybersecurity Information Sharing

Feedback Friday: Industry Reactions to White House Cybersecurity Information Sharing Initiative SecurityWeek, Mike Lennon, February 13, 2014 http://www.securityweek.com/feedback-friday-industry-reactions-white-house-cybersecurity-information-sharing-initiative During the White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection at Stanford University on Friday, President Barack Obama signed an executive order to promote cybersecurity information sharing...

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Lookingglass’ Jason Lewis Shares Thoughts on Attribution Challenges in SecurityWeek

Feedback Friday: Is North Korea Behind the Sony Hack? SecurityWeek, Ed Kovacs, January 9, 2015 http://www.securityweek.com/feedback-friday-north-korea-behind-sony-hack The hackers’ activities came to light on November 24, when the computers of Sony employees started displaying an image of a skull accompanied by a warning message. In the...

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Targeted Attacks: A Defender’s Playbook

Targeted Attacks: A Defender’s Playbook Most cyber attacks today are random, automatically generated exploits that prey on vulnerable systems. But security experts now say there’s a small but growing percentage of online attacks that are carefully targeted to compromise a single victim. Advanced attackers are...

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