CyberTech firm AaDya Security raises $3.1m

Detroit-based software security platform AaDya Security has raised $3.1m in funding to expand its team.

With the capital, AaDya Security plans to hire more staff for its marketing, sales and product teams, as it looks to accelerate its customer growth and service offering. Funds will also help the CyberTech company launch Judy 3.0, a streamlined version of its all-in-one cybersecurity platform.

Companyon Ventures led the round, with commitments also coming from Gutbrain Ventures, PBJ Capital and Gaingels. Existing AaDya Security investors also joined the round, including Firebrand Ventures, NextCoast Ventures and Invest Detroit.

Founded in 2019 by Raffaele Mautone, its Judy platform features a user-friendly, browser-based interface with secure single sign on and a password manager to protect credentials and allow users to access applications safely and easily.

Its features include end-point protection and response, DNS filtering and threat detection, and automated remediation to protect businesses from growing threats, including phishing and ransomware.

Companyon Ventures co-founder and general partner Tom Lazay said, “AaDya’s AI-powered all-in-one platform is a game-changer for managed service providers (MSPs) who want to offer the most robust cyber protection for their SMB clients without the headaches and costs of deploying and managing multiple point solutions from an array of vendors.”

AaDya previously raised $2.7m in 2020 from Firebrand Ventures, 645 Ventures and Next Coast Ventures.

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