Software Instrumented Security Company Verodin Raises $10M

verodinVerodin, a Reston, VA-based software instrumented security company, closed a $10m Series A funding.

Backers included Blackstone, Rally Ventures, Crosslink Capital and Cisco Investments.

The company intends to use the funds to accelerate market growth.

Led by Co-founder and CEO Christopher Key, Verodin provides a platform that allows customers to measure and continuously validate the cumulative effectiveness of layered security infrastructures – across technologies and people – by executing advanced cyberattack patterns and malicious behaviors directly within live production environments, and to determine how security controls respond – in real-time.



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