Syncurity, an Arlington, VA-based security orchestration company, secured an additional round of funding.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
Backers included Tim Sullivan (1) and Tim Webb (2), who both joined Syncurity’s board of directors.
(1) Tim Sullivan – an entrepreneur with a 20-year record of building emerging technology companies – most recently served as CEO of nPulse Technologies, which he sold to FireEye in 2014. Prior to nPulse, he founded Fidelis Security Systems, which General Dynamics purchased in 2012.
(2) Tim Webb serves as the Chief Strategy Officer and a member of the Board of Directors for Fugue, Inc. Prior to Fugue, he was the founder and managing director of Inflection Point ventures, a venture capital firm which financed dozens of cybersecurity companies.
Led by CEO J.P. Bourget, Syncurity is the creator of IR-Flow, a rapid response cybersecurity operations platform which manages alert handling and incident response management using security orchestration and automation.
The company, a graduate of the MACH37 cyber accelerator program, will use the funds to continue to enhance IR-Flow.