Google acquires security firm Impermium with Indian link

Written by | January 22, 2014 | 0

Google has acquired a three-year-old security firm Impermium with two Indian Co-founders – Vish Ramarao and Naveen Jamal. It has offices in Banglore and California.

The acquisition has been revealed by Impermium’s CEO and another Co-Founder, Mark Risher, who wrote in post on website that by joining Google, its team will merge with some of the best abuse fighters in the world.

“When we founded Impermium three years ago, our mission was to help rid the web of spam, fraud, and abuse. As sites gain in popularity, criminals and miscreants are never far behind, and Impermium has worked hard to defend some of the largest and fastest-growing sites,” he said, “

Impermium had received $9 million in funding from a host of venture firms including Accel Partners, AOL Ventures, Charles River Ventures and Highland Capital Partners. Google has not disclosed the terms of its deal with Impermium.

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