Insane Cyber raises $4.2m to enhance critical infrastructure protection

Insane Cyber raises $4.2m to enhance critical infrastructure protection

Insane Cyber, a cutting-edge firm in the industrial cybersecurity sector, has successfully completed a $4.2m early-stage funding round.

The funding round was spearheaded by Paladin Capital Group and saw contributions from a Fortune 200 energy company, along with the Cyber Mentor Fund.

Founded in 2020 by Dan Gunter, Insane Cyber has rapidly become a notable name in the cybersecurity landscape. The company is dedicated to using automation to defend critical infrastructure within the energy, data centers, government, oil and gas sectors, among others.

Insane Cyber is known for its Valkyrie Automated Security platform and the Cygnet Flyaway Kit. Valkyrie offers robust host and network monitoring coupled with automated data analysis, which enhances operational efficiency and security. The Cygnet Flyaway Kit extends these capabilities into a portable solution ideal for on-the-spot incident response.

The newly acquired funds will be utilized to further develop these technologies and expand their market reach. This investment supports Insane Cyber’s commitment to continuous innovation and helps in addressing the escalating challenges in protecting critical infrastructures.

Insane Cyber CEO Dan Gunter expressed his enthusiasm about the funding: “Today we are excited to celebrate this milestone in Insane Cyber’s story, and we also realize that the path ahead will bring more challenges as we work to provide unique capabilities that empower asset owners to secure critical infrastructure operations.

“Both our investors and our customers provide valuable feedback and direction to guide our journey and build a product of global impact. We are extremely grateful for their support.”

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