Company InformationRed Canary was founded on April 2014. The company is based in Denver, CO, USA . The number of employees in Red Canary is less than 250. Red canary is a cybersecurity technology company delivering cloud based security services.
Here is how Red Canary describes itself: "Improve your security outcomes with managed threat detection and response, open source tools, and infosec educaton from Red Canary."
Funding & investorsRed Canary has received 5 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $129.9M. Last venture funding round was $81M, announced on February, 2021.
- Summit Partners (Private equity firm)
- Access Ventures (Venture capital)
- Noro-Moseley Partners (Venture capital)
- Legion Capital (Micro vc)
- Service Provider Capital (Micro vc)
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- Automatically block IPs and domains with Red Canary + Microsoft
- Take action with the 2021 Threat Detection Report
- Testing and validation in the modern security operations center
- Microsoft Exchange server exploitation: how to detect, mitigate, and stay calm
- Identifying suspicious code with Process Memory Integrity
- Clipping Silver Sparrow’s wings: Outing macOS malware before it takes flight
With Red Canary's new playbook actions, Microsoft Defender for Endpoint customers can automatically ban malicious domains and IP addresses.
Red Canary's 2021 Threat Detection Report lays out a game plan for tuning your detection capabilities. Start with these five action items.
Functions like red teaming and atomic testing validate your security operations and identify opportunities for refinement.
"Sapphire Pigeon" is one of multiple activity clusters that Red Canary has seen dropping web shells on vulnerable Microsoft Exchange servers.
Here’s how you can use Process Memory Integrity to detect fileless or obfuscated malware on Linux systems.
Silver Sparrow includes a binary compiled to run on Apple’s new M1 chips but lacks one very important feature: a payload