Google once again in news for acquisition of Indian startup called Impermium; a security firm, which is just three years old, is now going to merge with Google. Impermium has two offices respectively in Bangalore and California. Before three years, two Indians named Vish Ramarao and Naveen Jamal founded the company whose primary object is to help organizations to get rid from spam, attack, and fraud.
However, Google has not disclosed any terms of deal yet. The co-founder of Impermium Mr. Mark Risher posted information on website that “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.”
Risher also added about company functionality that company had different services that worked as risk determination system, which identifies the time of any compromised account. The system also analyze on account access location, the device software, historical usage pattern of posted links.
The company has also $9 million fund from different hosting firms including Accel Partners, AOL, Charles River Ventures, and Highland Capital Partners.
Google had last purchased Smart home start up Nest with $3.2 billion, which will be paid by Google in cash. The company is known for making of Nest Learning Thermostat and Protect smoke detector.
Recently, Facebook has purchased an Indian start up called Little Eye Labs and now Google has extended this practice with the acquisition of Impermium. Such acquisitions show that the good time for Indian start-ups has come. Now Indian start-ups can take advantage of global technologies and platforms.