AffirmLogic, which uses behavioural computation to reduce cyber risk, has scored $25m in its latest funding round.
The lead investor of the round was not disclosed, but it is a private group focused on technology companies.
AffirmLogic helps firms lower their cyber risk by applying behaviour computation to a range of scenarios. Its technology leverages mathematical behavioural computation to detect, analyse and defend against malware attacks.
The company claims its technology can also identify advanced persistent threats and zero-day attacks.
AffirmLogic CEO Larry Roshfeld said, “Our ability to mathematically compute the behaviour of software is a game-changer for organisations that demand greater visibility into malware and advanced cyber threats. Ultimately, software with unknown behaviour has unknown security.
“Our investors recognise the untapped market opportunity that exists for AffirmLogic to reduce cyber risk and uncertainty for enterprises by applying behaviour computation to a broad range of mission-critical use cases.”
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