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Amplifier Security Raises $3.3M in Funding


Amplifier Security, an Atlanta, GA-based provider of an automation and security copilot, raised $3.3M in funding.

Amplifier founders Shreyas Sadalgi and Thomas Donnelly
Amplifier founders Shreyas Sadalgi and Thomas Donnelly

The round was led by Cota Capital with participation from WestWave Capital and Shift Left Ventures, and included angel investments from founders of Slack, MobileIron, Centrify, PeopleNet, Skyflow and Mercury. 

The company intends to use the funds to expand its development efforts.

Founded by Shreyas Sadalgi, CEO and Thomas Donnelly, CTO and President, Amplifier Security enables companies to improve AI and their workforce to secure their business. Its flagship product, Amplifier, is an AI-powered human-in-the-loop automation and security copilot that connects people and existing security tools, so can quickly address the most critical issues without harming productivity. With it, security and IT teams can gain a comprehensive understanding of their security health and collaborate with end users to enforce controls.

The platform delivers the following capabilities and benefits:

  • Security Data Fabric that creates a real-time security knowledge graph with data parsed and mapped across a company’s best of breed security stack. This creates a single destination for each employee across security tools.
  • Enforcement of security tooling coverage across every employee and their endpoints through user-centric visualization of posture and usage in every security tool.
  • AI Security Buddy with personalized engagements that help employees triage alerts and self-heal security issues with context and actionable information. Omni-channel conversational engagements meet employees where they already work such as Slack, Chrome, Email or Teams.
  • Security Hub that contextualizes and prioritizes security risks and vulnerabilities to help organizations translate the findings into actionable remediation engagements.
  • Engagement Studio that transcends no-code workflows, where security teams can design and manage end-user engagements through intuitive generative AI prompts.
  • Helps every CISO, their security teams, departmental leaders and individuals understand their security posture through intuitive personalized health scores and dashboards. Using natural language queries, they can research security findings across all their tools by severity, issue type, user role and activity to identify compounded risk for individuals.

Commenting on the news, Shreyas Sadalgi said: “Amplifier flips the script by engaging employees on behalf of all security tools in a more human-friendly way, where every end-user interaction is a two-way conversation with the right tonality, context, empathy and actionable information based on the security finding and the user role. Our mission with Amplifier is to shift the cybersecurity focus to include both technology and the people who use it, creating a balanced and more secure environment for businesses.”