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borderware.com

Founded Year

1994

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$8.5M

About Borderware

Borderware is a provider of messaging security solutions for enterprises and government. The company's flagship MXtreme Mail Firewall is the market-leading appliance for securing an organization's email infrastructure.

Borderware Headquarter Location

50 Burnhamthorpe Road West Suite 502

Mississauga, Ontario, L5B 3C2,

Canada

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Expert Collections containing Borderware

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Borderware Patents

Borderware has filed 1 patent.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

4/11/2005

9/1/2009

Email, Message transfer agents, Spamming, Internet mail protocols, Email authentication

Grant

Application Date

4/11/2005

Grant Date

9/1/2009

Title

Related Topics

Email, Message transfer agents, Spamming, Internet mail protocols, Email authentication

Status

Grant

Latest Borderware News

IT World Canada News WatchGuard acquires Canada’s BorderWare

Jul 25, 2013

Howard Solomon - August 5, 2009 Network security vendor WatchGuard Technologies has bought Canada’s BorderWare Technologies for an undisclosed amount. “We’ve had a long history in providing unified threat management and XTM [what it calls extensible threat management] solutions,” Eric Aarrestad, WatchGuard’s vice-president of marketing said Tuesday. “Through this acquisition we are now extending that suite of products through e-mail and content security.” “Customers will now have the choice of all-in-one UTM solution or adding to their security profile by adding [dedicated] e-mail and Web content security.” WatchGuard, which is based in Seattle, Wash., makes firewalls, virtual private networks and security appliances aimed at small and mid-sized businesses. It may be best known for its Firebox firewall, but just over a year ago moved into the unified threat management space with XTM 10 Series. These appliances include clustering, high availability (active/active), VLAN support, multi-WAN load balancing and enhanced VoIP security, plus inbound and outbound HTTPS inspection. Its competitors include SonicWall and Fortinet. Privately-held BorderWare, based in Mississauga, Ont., focused e-mail gateways, Web site security and other IT vulnerabilities. Among BorderWare’s more recent products is Security Platform 8.0, a set of e-mail, Web and data loss prevention software released about a year ago which runs on one appliance, giving network managers the ability to set security policies for both e-mail and the Web from a single interface. The company’s competitors include Cisco Systems’ IronPort line, Symantec and Websense. It’s “business as usual” for BorderWare, whose standalone products will continue to be sold by the new owner “for the foreseeable future.” But Aarrestad added that “over time, selectively we see opportunities to further enhance our XTM line to incorporate additional [BorderWare] features.” Aarrestad said BorderWare’s Canadian office will become a development and support centre, keeping “the vast majority” of the estimated 90 staffers. They won’t include president and CEO Mark Burton, who only took over the top position in January. John Kindervag, a senior security and risk management analyst at Forrester Research, said the companies’ product lines compliment each other. The deal, he added, is another example of consolidation in troubled economic times. “I don’t think this is a game-changer” for WatchGuard, he said, but the deal will allow it to compete with Fortinet and SonicWall, who have fuller product lines. “We’ve long been on the look-out for a dedicated anti-spam capability,” Aarrestad said in explaining how the deal came about. Over time, in part through channel partners that carried both lines, management became aware of BorderWare. “We approached them. We were also aware that they were open to being sold.” Partners were “quite passionate” about BorderWare products, he said, while customers were also enthusiastic. “That in additional to the additional security features we felt BorderWare provided us – specifically the DLP (data loss prevention) capabilities, in-the-cloud ReputationAuthority services – just fit exactly with our long-term product roadmap.” Both companies are backed by venture capital. Borderware, founded in 1994, has been funded by Wellington Financial LP and Jefferson Partners. WatchGuard is funded by Vector Capital Corp and Francisco Partners.

  • When was Borderware founded?

    Borderware was founded in 1994.

  • Where is Borderware's headquarters?

    Borderware's headquarters is located at 50 Burnhamthorpe Road West, Mississauga.

  • What is Borderware's latest funding round?

    Borderware's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Borderware raise?

    Borderware raised a total of $8.5M.

  • Who are the investors of Borderware?

    Investors of Borderware include WatchGuard Technologies, Wellington Financial, Western Technology Investment, Woodside Fund and Jefferson Partners.

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