Cybersecurity funding falls in Q1'22 as investors turn to early-stage startups.
Cybersecurity funding declined 32% QoQ to $6.5B in Q1’22, while early-stage deal share ticked up to 61%.
In our State of Cybersecurity Q1’22 Report, we dig into global investment trends to spotlight takeaways like:
- The global regions that saw the most cybersecurity deals — and the emerging areas that are heating up
- The cybersecurity companies attracting the most funding
- How many cybersecurity unicorns were born in Q1’22
- Which investors were the most active in cybersecurity
- The number of cybersecurity mega-rounds in Q1’22
- And much more
Below, check out just a couple of highlights from our 103-page, data-driven State of Cybersecurity Q1’22 Report. For deeper insights, all the record figures, and a boatload of private market data, download the full report.
GLOBAL Cybersecurity Funding Drops 32% QoQ to $6.5B in q1’22, remains elevated YoY
Find out which region saw the steepest drop in cybersecurity funding and which regions proved resilient.
Cybersecurity unicorn count rises to 65, nearly doubling YoY
See which startups achieved unicorn status, and uncover the investors backing them.