CyberTech 443ID arises form stealth with $8m seed

443ID, an identity and access management open-source intelligence cyber firm, has emerged from stealth and raised $8m in seed funding.

 The round was co-led by Bill Wood Ventures and Silverton Partners.

443ID claims it is on a mission to bring the power of OSINT (open-source intelligence) to the identity security marketplace. The company’s technology allows users of identity and access management platforms to leverage the power of OSINT to make context-driven, risk-based decisions on how to authenticate, register and engage their respective users.

The new funding has allowed 443ID to hire experts that span identity and access management, cybersecurity, cryptocurrency, open-source intelligence and adtech sectors to build the firm’s OSINT identity graph powering its first products of OSINT Risk and SignalPrint.

443ID CEO and co-founder Stephen Shoaff said, “OSINT data is a rapidly growing and powerful dataset used successfully for investigative purposes to date. Bringing this data to identity security adds the value of outside risk to existing login, registration and other zero-trust flows. Our offering makes it possible to leverage OSINT for decision making on the fly, at login speed—not after the fact.

“We’re grateful and proud to have Bill Wood Ventures and Silverton Partners supporting our mission. Their backing is validation of 443ID’s leadership in the identity and access management OSINT community. Both firms have stellar reputations in the identity-security and cybersecurity sectors.”

Immuta, a leader in data access and data security, has secured $100m in a Series E funding round led by NightDragon.

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