SOC.OS, a cybersecurity platform, has reportedly raised £2m in a funding round to support the growth of its platform.
The capital was supplied by Hoxton Ventures and SpeedInvest, according to a report from FinSMEs.
SOC.OS is an alert correlation and triage automation tool, which enriches, correlates and prioritises alerts to improve cyber defences. The company aims to help teams reduce response times to critical cyber threats.
It works by deploying within the company’s IT department where it collects and forwards security alerts. These are grouped together and are given to an analyst in a priority ranked order. The clusters of alerts are shown in a graphical manner to help the user better understand the threat type, incident timeline and scale of the threat.
Earlier in the year, Hoxton Ventures held the final close of its sophomore fund, with it hoping to continue its streak of backing unicorns.
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