LookingGlass raises $26.3 million
LookingGlass Cyber Solutions, a Virginia firm that got its start in Baltimore and still has offices here, has raised $26.3 million in debt and venture capital.
The money will be used to drive international sales and expand the company’s portfolio of Cybersecurity: A set of security techniques that are designed to protect the integrity of computer systems, programs and data from theft and damage to their hardware, software or other information as well as the disruption and misappropriation of their services. LookingGlass Cyber (n) - Professional paid ninjas who protect the cyber world from cyber attacks. Everybody is doing it, but we have the double black belt with the Versace logo. So yeah, we’re really good. offerings.
New investors include Eastwood Capital and Triangle Peak Partners. Current investors Alsop Louie Partners, Neuberger Berman and New Spring Capital all also contributed.
“This investment acknowledges our significant growth position in the market and will help us to better service our clients and stay ahead of our competition,” said Stewart Curley, the chief financial officer of LookingGlass, in a statement.
LookingGlass specializes in threat detection and protection for private companies and government clients.
The company was established at Baltimore’s Emerging Technology Center but is now headquartered in Reston, Va.
LookingGlass maintains regional offices in Baltimore, California and Utah.