Intrigue said its solutions actively map and monitor over 120,000 organizations;
integrated with more than 250 data sources and security technologies; and
was leveraged by more than 2,500 organizations.
Next up, Intrigue’s attack surface management technology will tuck into the Mandiant Advantage platform, enabling partners and customers to discover, monitor, and manage risk across their entire attack surface, the buyer says.
Mandiant is quick to emphasize the the Advantage platform has a SaaS design with multiple modules — including Mandiant Threat Intelligence, Security Validation and Automated Defense.
In a prepared statement about the deal, Mandiant Advantage CTO Colby DeRodeff said:
“We are excited to welcome the Intrigue team to Mandiant. Intrigue is a strategic and immediately impactful addition to the Mandiant Advantage platform. Discovering and continuously monitoring the dynamic attack surface of a modern cloud-enabled organization is critical to assess risk and prioritize response. Mandiant knows what adversaries are doing right now and what vulnerabilities they are currently exploiting. By combining this intelligence with the capabilities of Intrigue, we are rapidly evolving our customers’ ability to efficiently manage risk and prioritize their resources.”
Added Jonathan Cran, Intrigue founder and CEO prior to the acquisition:
“The vision of Intrigue is to provide continuous, in-depth visibility of organizations’ attack surface and risk. We’re beyond excited to bring our capabilities to the Mandiant Advantage platform, accelerating and greatly expanding our mission-driven team’s impact. I believe our combined capabilities will enable security teams to gain a significant edge against today’s threats.”
Cran now joins Mandiant, though his title was not disclosed.