Devicie consolidates its expansion with a financing of 14 million dollars

End-user device management software company Devicie has raised $14 million in a Series A to fund its expansion into the US, UK, Europe and the Middle East.

New York-based private equity and venture capital firm Insight Partners led the round with participation from Australian cybersecurity services provider CyberCX.

Devicie will remain based in Australia and support an expanded remote workforce.

Devicie automates security and device management in layers to ensure continuous protection and a productive user experience for employees and teams.

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Its SaaS offering deploys and manages hundreds of security controls and automates continuous application and software updates.

“Currently, 90% of cyberattacks occur through employee devices. Our mission is to make layered security on end-user devices effortless for IT teams, enabling them to deliver a great work experience to their organization,” says Martin McGregor, CEO and Co-Founder of Devicie.

“With the increased focus on compliance and critical industries, device management remains one of the most commonly exploited vulnerabilities for organizations around the world. Through automation, we’re helping IT teams quickly elevate their security maturity in a way that enables employee productivity and operational efficiency for the entire company,” said Martin.

“Devicie has taken a new approach to end-user device management, built around the Microsoft Intune ecosystem with a security-centric mandate from the start. Devicie quickly made a name for themselves in the industry. With the heightened risk of cyberattacks from global malicious actors seeking to exploit current tensions, Devicie is a critical solution for enterprises and managed service providers,” said Philine Huizing, Director of Insight Partners.

“The Devicie team has developed an exceptional product, tailored to market needs and with the potential to dramatically improve cybersecurity outcomes for customers worldwide,” said CyberCX CEO John Paitaridis.

Devicie customers include PointsBet, John Holland and Nine Network. Devicie partners include Microsoft, CyberCX, Crayon, Somerville Group, and Vitcs.


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