Survival of the Quickest, Ransomware Victim Paid, Zendesk, & Cyber Insurance Unicorn – ESW #280
In the Enterprise Security News, Cyber insurance joins the Unicorn club, Bishop Fox raises a $75M Series B, A dozen more funding rounds, XM Cyber acquires Cyber Observer, Zendesk gets bought by private equity, 5 more rounds of cybersecurity layoffs, Some very interesting new products - both open source and commercial, Survival of the Quickest, And a ransom victim earning money from its payment??
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