Jask, a San Francisco, CA-based artificial intelligence powered cybersecurity platform provider, emerged from stealth with a $12m Series A funding.
The round was led by Dell Technologies Capital along with TenEleven Ventures with participation from existing investors Battery Ventures and Vertical Venture Partners. In conjunction with the funding, Deepak JeevanKumar, managing director at Dell Technologies Capital, and, Mark Hatfield, managing partner at TenEleven Ventures, will join Jask’s board.
The company intends to use the funds to expand its data science teams, accelerate product development, and focus on machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) research.
Founded by cybersecurity veterans Greg Martin and Damian Miller, Jask uses machine learning technology to improve the agility and effectiveness of security operations teams, effectively operating as an AI-enabled analyst.
The solution leverages advanced AI to deliver end-to-end network monitoring, surfacing and triaging the most relevant attacks, while providing a clear picture of the attack surface. Jask enables organizations and their security analysts to spend their limited resources on only the most dangerous threats.