Industrial cybersecurity firm Opscura lands $9.4m Series A


Opscura, an industrial control systems cybersecurity company, has scored $9.4m in a Series A funding round. 

According to Security Week, Opscura is a new brand and the company has a new global management team. Co-founders of Enigmedia Gerard Vidal and Carlos Tomás will serve as CTO and VP of engineering respectively, while David Hatchell will serve as Opscura’s CEO.

The funding round was led by Anzu Partners and saw participation from Mundi Ventures and Dreamit. The capital will be used to aid the firm’s growth and expansion in the US.

Opscura protects and connects industrial networks with easy-to-use innovations that are safe to use deep within operational infrastructure.

Validated by global partners such as Schneider Electric, Opscura reduces operational risks by protecting vulnerable legacy industrial assets and data, eliminating deep-level attacker footholds, and enriching threat visibility data.

The company says its solutions enable organizations to gain deep OT visibility, provide access control capabilities between IT and OT networks, provide protection for critical legacy endpoints, and help reduce the OT attack surface.

Opscura added that its solutions are designed to complement the offerings of companies such as Nozomi Networks, Claroty and Fortinet.

The firm claims to have customers in the transportation, renewable energy, government, manufacturing and chemical sectors.

CyberTech firm Riot recently bagged $12m in a Series A funding round to iterate on its all-in-one cyber awareness platform for firms and their employees.

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