Randori, a Waltham, Mass.-based creator of an automated attack platform, raised $20m in Series A funding.
The round was led by Harmony Partners, with participation from existing investors Accomplice, .406 Ventures and Legion Capital.
The company will use the funds to expand its Attack Platform and bring a continuous red team experience to the mass market.
Co-founded in 2018 by Brian Hazzard and David Wolpoff along with Evan Anderson, Eric McIntyre and Ian Lee, Randori provides an automated attack platform that mirrors today’s adversaries to allow defenders to continuously assess their real-world security. The system gives security teams insight into ‘hacker logic’ — the thinking behind how attackers plan, target and execute attacks — by automating real-world attacks to identify where security programs break down. Beginning with an email address, the platform:
– Automatically discovers and monitors the attack surface, using the same surveillance techniques as the adversary.
– Identifies unexpected gaps in security defenses by testing them against real-world exploits and automated attack tooling.
– Breaks down issues quickly, providing the insight security teams need to understand and promptly respond.
– Continuously validates the real-world impact of security improvements over time.
The company serves dozens of organizations across energy, financial services, health care, entertainment and transportation. Randori has offices in Denver, CO.