Cymatic, a Raleigh, N.C.-based provider of a user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) platform that autonomously identifies and verifies a user’s security hygiene pre-endpoint and blocks any threats before they get past the browser, raised $4.5m in seed funding.
Private angel investors participated in the round.
The company will use the capital to accelerate the development of its user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) pre-endpoint platform and to accelerate customer growth.
Delivered through a zero-agent snippet that installs quickly, Cymatic serves highly regulated organizations that provide web applications for real-time visibility into user and visitor behavior to detect risk, mitigate threats and enforce security hygiene.
Led by Jason A. Hollander, co-founder and CEO, the company leverages contextual-based machine learning and autonomous remediation to protect and secure web applications – pre-endpoint – ensuring that a user’s security hygiene does not adversely affect the cyberhealth of a company’s web properties.
The company, which has offices in California and New York, has also announced that former Cylance senior executive Malcolm Harkins has joined Cymatic as Chief Security and Trust Officer.