PhishLabs Recognized in Inc. 5000 list for Second Consecutive Year
PhishLabs ranks 1135 with 376 percent three-year revenue growth.
Charleston, SC, August 12, 2015 – PhishLabs, the leading provider of 24/7 cybersecurity services that protect against the exploitation of people, announces that the company has been ranked for the second consecutive year in the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies. The company’s 376 percent three-year revenue growth earned a ranking of 1135 and placed PhishLabs among the top twenty security firms recognized in the list.
“Our rapid growth is a result of our success protecting organizations against data breaches and online fraud,” said John LaCour, Founder and CEO of PhishLabs. “Being named to the Inc. 5000 list for the second year-in-a-row further demonstrates the value of our unique approach to fighting back against cybercrime.”
PhishLabs has grown quickly with an impressive client base of top global organizations including four of the top five U.S. financial institutions. In June, the company launched Spear Phishing Protection, a groundbreaking new solution that is the first around-the-clock security service designed to disrupt spear phishing attacks before the compromise of targeted systems and data. The company is hosting a live webinar about Spear Phishing Protection on Thursday, August 13. To register, visit http://info.phishlabs.com/spear_phishing_protection_webinar.
PhishLabs is the leading provider of 24/7 cybersecurity services that protect against threats that exploit people. The company is trusted by top organizations worldwide, including 4 of the 5 largest U.S. financial institutions. PhishLabs combines proprietary technology, intelligence, and human expertise to rapidly detect, analyze, and stop targeted cyberattacks before they impact organizations. Additionally, the company provides robust threat intelligence that strengthens existing cyber defenses and optimizes threat prevention. Leading organizations partner with PhishLabs to more effectively disrupt targeted cyberattacks, prevent data breaches, and reduce online fraud.