Thoma Bravo has wrapped up its strategic investment in Intel 471, highlighting the cyber intelligence company’s customer-focused business model and pool of cybersecurity experts for threat actors monitoring.
Mark Arena, Intel 471 CEO, said in a statement published Monday the company is eyeing to expand its product offering and strengthen innovation through the partnership.
Intel 471 develops TITAN, an intuitive intelligence software as a service platform that works to provide real-time data and information on threat actors. Intelligence and security professionals gain access to the tool’s dashboards and intelligence reports through a web portal.
“As cybersecurity becomes a greater concern for companies everywhere, and threat actors become more sophisticated, Intel 471 has proven itself a leader in the space,” said Adam Solomon, a principal at Thoma Bravo.
The San Francisco-based private equity firm noted that Antares Capital provided the debt financing for the transaction.