- Intel 471 is a provider of cyber threat intelligence
- The company was acquired by Thoma Bravo in 2021
- Intel 471 will support SpiderFoot to enhance its tools and will integrate the company’s capabilities into its TITAN platform
Thoma Bravo portfolio company Intel 471 announced it has acquired SpiderFoot, a Tallinn, Estonia-based provider of open-source intelligence, attack surface management and digital investigations. Intel 471 is a provider of cyber threat intelligence for intelligence, security and fraud teams across the globe. The Dallas, Texas-headquartered company was acquired by Thoma Bravo in September 2021.
Intel 471 will invest in SpiderFoot’s existing tools and will integrate SpiderFoot’s capabilities into its TITAN platform. SpiderFoot is an open-source intelligence automation platform for threat intelligence operations and digital investigations.
“Organizations of all sizes are facing unparalleled cybersecurity challenges as the complexity and severity of attacks intensifies,” said Mark Arena, CEO of Intel 471. “At Intel 471, our mission is to protect the world’s organizations from today’s most prevalent cyber risks and threats. Our acquisition of SpiderFoot reinforces our commitment to our mission by enhancing our portfolio and providing premier cyber threat intelligence services to organizations across the globe.”
Headquartered in Chicago and with an office in London, Thoma Bravo invests in software and technology companies. It has completed nearly 400 transactions and had assets under management of $122 billion as of 30 June 2022.