Hadrian snaps up $11m seed funding

Hadrian, a Dutch SaaS startup, has secured $11m from a seed funding round headed by HV Capital.

The round also saw participation from Picus Capital, Slimmer.AI and a range of different angel investors. Following this round, Hadrian has raised a total of $13.7m.

Established in 2021, Hadrian claims it offers a digital security model focused on automating event-based scanning.

The company said its approach maps vulnerabilities in an organisations’ entire attack surface infrastructure and provides the critical insights to fortify them. Its event-based solution continuously scans an organisation’s entire attack surface to identify unknown weaknesses.

Hadrian plans to use its newly raised capital to hire talent – including hackers, developers and sales specialists – to drive scale, consolidate market presence and prepare itself for expansion into the US.

Hadrian CEO Rogier Fischer said, “As companies are overwhelmed by cybercrime, the unique value of hackers’ outside-in approach to security becomes more important. Our autonomous technology identifies real threats and prioritizes where action is needed, connecting urgent tasks to existing workflow tools and processes so that the important stuff gets handled first.”

System 9, a digital asset market-making firm focused on alt-coins, recently raised $5.7m from a Series A funding round.

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