Dataminr is a data analytics company that develops technology to unlock hidden value in real-time public social media data. Servicing both buy-side and sell-side financial firms, as well as the public sector, news, and corporate risk clients, Dataminr has developed a broad suite of modular desktop and API products that transform publicly available social media streams into signals. The company's applications detect events and consumer signals by leveraging social media as a sensor network, delivering decision-making alerts to clients around the world. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in New York, New York.
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Dec 13, 2022
Share Top leaders from energy, transportation and government sectors bring deep expertise in cyber and physical security to the Dataminr Corporate Market Advisory Board Dataminr , the leading real-time information discovery platform, announced the appointment of three senior cyber and physical security leaders to its Corporate Market Advisory Board. These top industry leaders will help guide future strategic direction and empower Dataminr’s customers in critical industries with the capabilities needed to combat growing challenges at the intersection of cyber and physical security. The advisory board, created in July, is chaired by Dave DeWalt, cybersecurity luminary and founder and managing director of NightDragon. The newly added advisors bolster Dataminr’s expertise in critical industries, including energy, transportation, and government. These leading security leaders will join DeWalt and Dataminr’s team to bring to market new category-defining product solutions that help enterprises most effectively navigate the convergence of cyber and physical threats. Elizabeth Hackenson, Chief Information Officer of Schneider Electric, has over 30 years of experience leading technology operations and transformation initiatives across large-scale organizations. In her current role at Schneider Electric, a global company leading the digital transformation of energy management and automation, she is responsible for global and local digital solutions, infrastructure, securing the company’s network, and the experience of 128,000+ employees. Prior to joining Schneider Electric in 2017, she held three major CIO roles with AES, Alcatel-Lucent and MCI. Dave Komendat, Retired CSO for The Boeing Company, was responsible for Boeing’s global security and fire protection policy; site security; executive protection; supply chain and aviation security; structural and aircraft fire protection; strategic intelligence; international security; disaster preparedness; and security background investigations. During his 36 year career, he was also the lead Boeing interface for both national and international security policy engagement with numerous government and industry advisory groups. Komendat formerly represented Boeing as president of the International Security Management Association, chair for the Critical Manufacturing Sector within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and private sector co-chair for the Domestic Security Alliance Council. Tim Roemer, Director of the Arizona Department of Homeland Security and Chief Information Security Officer for the State of Arizona, leads the state’s cybersecurity strategy and defends the state against evolving cyber attacks. He also advises Arizona’s governor on a wide range of topics including cybersecurity, border security and counterterrorism. Prior to working for the state of Arizona, Roemer served in the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for ten years. The final two years of his CIA career were spent assigned to the White House Situation Room, where he provided critical national security updates to the U.S. president, vice president, and National Security Council, and briefed senior policymakers on a wide range of national, security-related issues. “It is exciting to see our corporate market advisory board expand such an impressive set of new members,” said Ted Bailey, founder and CEO of Dataminr. “Elizabeth, Dave, and Tim bring critical experience developing best practices for navigating cyber-physical convergence across a broad range of industries. Dataminr’s world leading AI platform is now positioned to effectively address the needs of both chief information security officers and chief security officers—delivering solutions that allow cyber and physical security professionals to work closely together to ensure enterprise resiliency and business continuity in the face of unexpected real-time threats.” “As threats continue to rise around the world and converge across physical and cyber, it has never been more important to use advanced AI to get real-time information about the risks facing your organization. By assembling the top leaders in critical sectors like energy, transportation and government for its Corporate Market Advisory Board, Dataminr is positioning itself with the industry guidance and expertise to deliver the new products that customers need to mitigate these new risks, both today and for many years into the future,” said Dave DeWalt, chair of the advisory board and founder and managing director of NightDragon. Dataminr will continue to build out its Corporate Market Advisory Board in the coming months with additional top industry leaders in critical sectors. The Corporate Market Advisory Board will allow Dataminr customers around the world to gain more value from Dataminr Pulse, Dataminr’s corporate product—including chief security officers, chief information security officers, chief risk officers and chief communications officers. PR Newswire, a Cision company, is the premier global provider of multimedia platforms and distribution that marketers, corporate communicators, sustainability officers, public affairs and investor relations officers leverage to engage key audiences. Having pioneered the commercial news distribution industry over 60 years ago, PR Newswire today provides end-to- end solutions to produce, optimize and target content -- and then distribute and measure results. Combining the world's largest multi-channel, multi-cultural content distribution and optimization network with comprehensive workflow tools and platforms, PR Newswire powers the stories of organizations around the world. PR Newswire serves tens of thousands of clients from offices in the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific regions. Prev Post
Dataminr Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Dataminr founded?
Dataminr was founded in 2009.
Where is Dataminr's headquarters?
Dataminr's headquarters is located at 135 Madison Ave, New York.
What is Dataminr's latest funding round?
Dataminr's latest funding round is Series F.
How much did Dataminr raise?
Dataminr raised a total of $1.044B.
Who are the investors of Dataminr?
Investors of Dataminr include Institutional Venture Partners, Valor Equity Partners, MSD Capital, Morgan Stanley, ArrowMark Partners and 33 more.
Who are Dataminr's competitors?
Competitors of Dataminr include New York Shipping Exchange, Adarga, Intelligence Fusion, Accern, Capitolis, Logically, JX Press, Q4, Trumid, Citibeats and 19 more.
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