Cybersecurity firm Impermium joins Google’s spam and abuse team


Cybersecurity software company Impermium has “joined Google,” according to a notice on the company’s website (via TechCrunch). Google’s Bradley Horowitz has indicated on his Google+ page that the Impermium employees will be added to to Google’s anti-spam and abuse team.

Impermim has said that it will stop offering its services to third-parties. The full notice from Impermium is below:

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.

By joining Google, our team will merge with some of the best abuse fighters in the world. With our combined talents we’ll be able to further our mission and help make the Internet a safer place. We’re excited about the possibilities.

We’d like to extend a special thank you to all of our customers and partners. Your support and feedback were invaluable, and we’re glad to have been a part of your growth. We’d also like to thank our invaluable investors, advisors, and supporters, including Accel Partners, AOL Ventures, Charles River Ventures, Data Collective, Freestyle Capital, Greylock Partners, Highland Capital Partners, Morado Ventures, and the Social+Capital Partnership.

Sincerely Yours,


Mark Risher
CEO and Co-founder

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