ZeroFox Debuts as a Public Com

LAS VEGAS, Aug. 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ZeroFox ( ZFOX), an enterprise software-as-a-service (Saas) external cybersecurity provider, today announced its participation at Black Hat USA 2022 cybersecurity conference taking place Aug. 10-11 in Las Vegas at the Las Vegas Convention Center. This is ZeroFox’s first public event since its listing on the Nasdaq on August 4. The company will be sharing new threat intelligence research regarding cyber attacks in the financial, manufacturing, retail and healthcare sectors at ZeroFox’s booth #2260. Black Hat conference attendees will receive a full demonstration of the unified ZeroFox External Cybersecurity Platform, which combines the power of AI analytics, digital risk and privacy protection, full-spectrum threat intelligence services, and a robust portfolio of breach, incident and takedown response capabilities to expose and disrupt cyber threats on the internet beyond the corporate perimeter.

“2022 has already been a year of major milestones for ZeroFox, especially as the first cybersecurity company to go public this year,” said James C. Foster, Chairman and CEO of ZeroFox. “There’s no question that threat actors have become more persistent, creative and damaging to enterprises across the board and we’re working closely with our customers and partners to ensure that we’re protecting them beyond their perimeter from the growing number of risks outside of the firewall.”

Today’s hackers, whether state-sponsored or otherwise, are more sophisticated than ever before. Since last year’s Black Hat Conference, ZeroFox has delivered exceptional customer value by thwarting these attackers while realizing significant traction on its 2022 objectives. In Q1 2022 alone, ZeroFox has completed hundreds of thousands of successful takedowns – representing a 300% percent increase year-over-year. This included increases in takedowns for phishing campaigns, fraudulent domains, malicious content, and impersonating social media accounts. This quarter, we have identified more than 5.8M attacks and escalated nearly 272K high or critical incidents to our customers including:

  • 125 percent YoY growth in total external attacks
  • 521 percent…