Wednesday, May 18 2022

iVision acquires Carve Systems, Baffle closes a Series B funding round, and CertiK closes adds to its Series B funding round announced last month.

Mergers and Acquisitions

iVision, a Georgia-based provider of IT infrastructure and application solutions, has acquired Carve Systems, a New York-based cybersecurity company that provides security testing, security engineering, and security strategy to businesses. The acquisition will enable iVision to help their clients improve their security posture, says the company.

Castellum, a New York-based technology company that executes strategic acquisitions in the cyber security, information technology, information warfare, software engineering, and electronic warfare space, has announced its acquisition of Speciality Systems, a New Jersey-based IT company delivering cybersecurity services to federal, state, and local governments.

Funding

Baffle, a California-based data security startup, has raised $20 million in a Series B funding round headed by Celesta Capital, with contributions from National Grid Partners, Lytical Ventures and Nepenthe Capital.

CertiK, a blockchain security firm headquartered in New York, has raised $24 million in a Series B+ funding round co-led by Tiger Global and GL Ventures. The funding adds to the $37 million Series B announced last month.

Read more cybersecurity M&A and funding updates from SecureDisruptions here.

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