In a latest news, Cybersprint, a Dutch cybersecurity company, has raised €2 million in a Series A Funding round. Notably, lead-investor Vortex Capital Partners, returning investor InnovationQuarter, and KPN Ventures are the sources of funding. Further, the company is set to develop its product portfolio and team along with expansion throughout Europe.
Besides sharing the plans for expansion with the €2 million funding, CEO and founder of Cybersprint Pieter Jansen said that considering the growing digital risks and related challenges, Cyberprint enables companies and governmental organisations to gain complete control over their entire online footprint. And, this helps them better protect their business, brand and reputation.
Securing the future
Cybersprint is protecting organisations from cyber threats by providing continuous, real-time insights into the entire digital attack surface and current online risks. It has a unique Digital Risk Protection platform, which works as an automated ethical hacker, as its backbone. The platform continuously searches the vulnerabilities on the web, social media, mobile apps, netblocks, IoT devices and the dark web. By a simple act of entering the brand or organisation name, the platform automatically reveals all the online entry points related to the organisation.
For a large financial institution, the company has found 30% more assets than their largest competitor. It has also been credited for finding 20% of the phishing sites that have not been discovered yet. Moreover, the company prides over the fact that they employ the best in the field, and some of them are prize-winning hackers.
Growth and expansion
With an aim to never put an organisation’s online reputation at stake, Cybersprint is focused to expand its roots in the growing market of Digital Risk Protection. Also, it has gained a leading position in the Digital Risk Protection in the Benelux market over the past two years.
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