Arlington-based Endgame, the maker of security and intelligence software for large enterprises, has raised $30 million from a slate of New York and Silicon Valley investors as the company looks to push further into the private sector.
Endgame started selling its cybersecurity software to financial services and consumer technology companies earlier this year after focusing on the federal government as its primary customer. Chief executive Nate Fick said the latest capital infusion will help the company pursue more commercial customers.
“The federal threats and the commercial threats look increasingly similar,” Fick said. “Their needs are increasingly similar.”
Founded in 2008, Endgame monitors an organization’s computer networks and data servers for potential security breaches, including cyber attacks from outside the organization and suspicious activity on the inside.
Fick joined Endgame as chief executive in December 2012. He most recently served as chief executive of the Center for a New American Security, a District-based nonpartisan research organization focused on national security and defense policy.