Cybersecurity firm Bishop Fox nabs $75m Series B

The investor was Carrick Capital Partners.

  • The funding will be used for personnel hiring and to expand Bishop Fox’s Cosmos platform
  • As part of the transaction, Carrick Managing Director Chris Wenner will join the Bishop Fox board of directors
  • Bishop Fox is headquartered in Tempe, Arizona

Bishop Fox, a cybersecurity conpany, has secured $75 million in Series B funding. The investor was Carrick Capital Partners.

The strategic second round brings total funding to $100 million for the 17-year-old cybersecurity firm. The funding will be used for personnel hiring and to expand Bishop Fox’s Cosmos platform.

As part of the transaction, Carrick Managing Director Chris Wenner will join the Bishop Fox board of directors, alongside current board member Will Lin, managing director of Forgepoint Capital. Forgepoint Managing Director Don Dixon will shift from his role as a board member to a board advisor.

“This capital will fuel additional innovation in our Cosmos platform, investment in our people, and expansion of Bishop Fox Academy,” said Vinnie Liu, co-founder and CEO of Bishop Fox, in a statement. “Additionally, the funding will enable us to accelerate our international expansion, extending our expertise to help even more organizations defend forward.”

Carrick is headquartered in San Francisco and Newport Beach.

Bishop Fox is headquartered in Tempe, Arizona.