TruStar, a San Francisco, California- and Arlington, Virginia-based provider of an enterprise platform for anonymous cyber incident sharing and collaboration, raised $2m in seed funding.
The round was led by Resolute Ventures with participation from other Silicon Valley investors.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate product development and expand the team.
Co-founded by Dave Cullinane, former eBay CISO, Paul Kurtz, former White House cybersecurity advisor and private sector security executive, and Patrick Coughlin, former security operator turned Stanford MBA, TruStar porvides an anonymous cyber incident sharing platform for enterprises.
The solution protects and incentivizes enterprises to share cyber threat information through their privacy-preserving sharing, correlation, and collaboration technology.
Its network includes elite enterprise cyber security teams from across traditional industry and geographic silos.