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Templarbit releases Breachroom

An online collection of recent cyber attacks and data breaches

San Francisco, California — August 24, 2018 – Today Templarbit Inc., a cybersecurity company specializing in securing applications, released Breachroom. Breachroom is an ongoing collection of cyber attacks and data breaches from data that is publicly available online at

“At Templarbit we crunch a lot of data from cyber attacks and data breaches. One morning we had this idea to build an ongoing collection that is publicly available. Today we are proudly releasing this and are calling it the Breachroom,” said Bjoern Zinssmeister, CEO and Co-founder of Templarbit.

Bjoern goes on to say, “What is great about the Breachroom is that you can follow the story and see additional news items and official statements. For example, on the recent T-Mobile breach we can include the story and official statement the company released to present you with a snap shot overview of what’s going on.”

The Breachroom contains as much information as possible about each breach including severity, what information was leaked, the parties involved, original source, initial discovery and when the breach was disclosed publicly. The list of breaches can be viewed visually on a map or in a standard list view. Currently, breaches from January 2018 up to present day are listed.

Templarbit plans to further invest in providing data from cyber security incidents to the public. In the coming months users will have the ability to further drill down the Breachroom data set and follow certain incidents.

About Templarbit
Founded in 2017 by Bjoern Zinssmeister and Matthias Kadenbach, Templarbit develops simple to deploy, intelligent security solutions that leverage Artificial Intelligence to protect software applications from cyber-attacks and data loss. The company recently secured a $3MM seed investment, led by venture capital firm 205 Capital and joined by Y Combinator and Lightspeed Venture Partners.