Reveald, Inc.

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Reveald, Inc.
Privately Held
  • Information Technology
  • Internet
  • IT risk management
  • CTEM
  • Computer Security
Founded2016; 8 years ago (2016) as Digitalware
2023; 1 year ago (2023) as Reveald, Inc.
  • Daniel Singer
  • Rob Bathurst
New York, New York
United States
Area served
ProductsCybersecurity software
ServicesComputer security

Reveald is an information security company that provides technology and services in the cybersecurity domain. The company is based in New York City, New York, United States.


Reveald, Inc was formed via the 2022 merger of three organizations led by CEO Daniel Singer. Digitalware, founded in 2016 provided MSSP services to cities within the US. Digitalware announced the release of the "Epiphany Platform" in 2020,[1][2] which provided advanced predictive cybersecurity risk-hunting technology. The Digitalware platform was spun out to form Epiphany Systems in 2021 by Singer and Chief technology officer|CTO Rob Bathhurst to provide AI based exposure management technology.[3]

Digitalware was renamed Reveald in 2022, and the new Reveald organization integrated Epiphany Systems to form Reveald, Inc. in 2023, providing both services and technology supported by services.


In 2023, Reveald was named as the United States finalist in KPMG's Global Technology Innovation Competition.[4]

See also

  • Vulnerability Management


  1. Kirtman, Eli (2020-10-22). "Risk Hunting Is The Next Generation In Cybersecurity". Cybercrime Magazine. Retrieved 2024-01-31.
  2. Cox, Mark (2020-10-21). "Digital risk firm Digitalware launches Epiphany risk-hunting engine". Retrieved 2024-01-31.
  3. Cox, Mark (2021-07-29). "Epiphany formally launches Intelligence Platform, partner program". Retrieved 2024-01-31.
  4. Cains, Daniel (2023-11-01). "Global tech innovator winner 2023". KPMG. Retrieved 2024-01-29.

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