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Series A | Alive

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Last Raised

$110M | 1 yr ago

About Brinqa

Brinqa is a provider of cyber risk management, enabling stakeholders, governance organizations, and infrastructure and security teams to manage technology risk at the speed of business. Brinqa software and cloud services leverage an organization's existing investment in systems, security, and governance programs to identify, measure, manage, and monitor risk.

Brinqa Headquarters Location

8310 N Capital of Texas Way Suite 155

Austin, Texas, 78731,

United States

(512) 372-1004

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Built In Austin’s 4 Featured Companies of the Month

Jul 1, 2022

Built In Austin is highlighting four tech companies with critical services on offer. Written by Avery Komlofske June 30, 2022Updated: June 30, 2022 Whether one looks at the major companies gravitating toward Austin or the amount of funding raised by already-present startups — with just five raising a combined $258 million in May — there’s no question that the city is a true hub for the tech industry. There is a smorgasbord of tech job opportunities in Austin — at time of writing, Built In Austin has over five thousand jobs listed — from a wide variety of companies. This month, Built In has chosen four of those local organizations for special focus. Each of these companies comes from a different industry — freight, banking, cybersecurity and industrial DataOps — but they offer innovative and useful products worth highlighting. If any of these businesses or services sound like something worth joining, be sure to check out Built In Austin to get on board. What they do: Mothership is a platform for managing same-day freight delivery. It connects customer orders directly to its network of freight haulers and plots the fastest route to their destination. Big partnerships: The company is the go-to freight partner for online ordering for several major companies, including GoPuff, DoorDash and PayPal-owned Happy Returns. Gaining capital: Mothership announced in May that they had raised $76 million in a funding round led by Benchmark, WestCap, Bow Capital and others. They plan to use this money to expand their team from 75 to 120 members and grow from 37 markets to a nationwide network. What they do: Brinqa works in knowledge-driven, risk-focused cybersecurity. Their Cyber Risk Graph connects relevant business and security data to make it easy to understand and derive actionable insights. Knowledge-driven: Brinqa offers webinars, datasheets and reports in the resources section of their website so that individuals can educate themselves on Brinqa’s product and cybersecurity in general. A worthy investment: A Total Economic Impact report, requested by Brinqa and conducted by Forrester Consulting, revealed a 210-percent return on investment for companies that use Brinqa’s product. According to the report, the product pays for itself within six months. What they do: Cognite is an industrial DataOps company, offering data management for the oil and gas, manufacturing, and power and utilities industries. Its platform integrates with existing software to deliver easily visible data analytics. One to watch: Cognite featured in Built In Austin’s 22 Startups to Watch in 2022 , a curated list of up-and-coming companies worth paying attention to. It made the list due to its useful product and recent partnerships with major energy companies. Empowering women: In a conversation with Built In , Cognite’s director of marketing and communications, Shelley Nall, talked about the importance of advocating for other women colleagues in the corporate world. “It can be challenging for a woman to speak up, take full credit for her accomplishments, ask for what she needs or call out microaggressions,” said Nall, “I know it’s hard for me to do that for myself, so I make a point of doing it for other women. As a leader, you’re in a unique position to do so.”

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  • When was Brinqa founded?

    Brinqa was founded in 2008.

  • Where is Brinqa's headquarters?

    Brinqa's headquarters is located at 8310 N Capital of Texas Way, Austin.

  • What is Brinqa's latest funding round?

    Brinqa's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did Brinqa raise?

    Brinqa raised a total of $110M.

  • Who are the investors of Brinqa?

    Investors of Brinqa include Insight Partners.

  • Who are Brinqa's competitors?

    Competitors of Brinqa include Vanta, JupiterOne, Nucleus Security, Secureframe, Drata and 9 more.

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