Randori, a Boston, MA-based nation-state caliber attack platform, raised $9.75M in funding.
The round was led by Accomplice, with participation from .406 Ventures and Legion Capital. In conjunction with the funding, Mike Viscuso, Accomplice Venture Partner and co-founder of Carbon Black, and Greg Dracon, Partner at .406 Ventures, have joined Randori’s board of directors.
The company will use the capital to accelerate development of its platform.
Led by CEO Brian Hazzard, former executive at Carbon Black, and CTO David Wolpoff, a hacker who has led red team engagements for many of the world’s largest corporations, Randori provides a nation-state caliber attack platform designed to emulate the behavior of today’s most advanced threat actors.
Combining continuous reconnaissance with the execution of real attacks, the company is building a cloud-based attack platform which will provide CISOs with visibility into where threat actors will strike next and the ability to validate and understand the impact specific attacks pose to their organizations.
Randori is currently working with more than 20 customers and design partners, including some of the world’s largest organizations. It also has offices in Denver, CO.