Query.AI lands oversubscribed Series A to meet market demand

Query.AI, which claims to be the market’s only security investigations control plane for modern enterprises, has raised $15m in its oversubscribed Series A round.

SYN Ventures, which marks its first investment into Query.AI, served as the lead investor. Contributions to the round also came from ClearSky Security and South Dakota Equity Partners.

With the capital injection, Query.AI plans to scale its product development to meet the rising market demand.

Query.AI, which was founded by Sharan and Andrew Maloney, aims to give security teams a simple approach to elevate security investigation and response. It empowers this through real-time access and centralised insights to data across on-premises, multi-cloud, and SaaS applications.

As part of the investment, SYN Ventures managing partner Patrick Heim has joined Query.AI’s board of directors.

Heim said, “Cybersecurity data no longer lives in just one place. It lives in the cloud, with third-party providers, and on-prem. Companies everywhere are struggling to figure out how they can bring security operations capabilities to these disparate environments, and they’re seeing that it’s extremely difficult, costly, inefficient and ineffective to send information in and out of these silos.

“Query.AI offers the only solution on the market that solves this pervasive problem by leaving the data where it lives, connecting to disparate data sources with APIs, and serving up the ability to access, investigate and respond to the threats in real-time, from one, unified browser interface. The Query.AI offering is truly unique and delivers critical value for security operations teams in every industry.”

The CyberTech platform previously raised $4.6m in its seed round in May 2021.

Earlier in this week, fellow cybersecurity platform Aura reached a $2.6bn valuation after it closed a $200m Series F round.

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