WASHINGTON, DC, Strider Technologies has closed $10 million in Series A funding led by Koch Disruptive Technologies.
Strider Technologies ("Strider"), developer of the world's first software toolset enabling organizations to identify, assess, and remediate economic statecraft risk, announced today that it has closed $10 million in Series A funding led by Koch Disruptive Technologies. Ottawa-based One9 Ventures also joined the round alongside existing investor, DataTribe. Michael Palmer, president of i360, a wholly owned subsidiary of Koch Industries, will join Strider's board of directors.
The investment comes at a time of rapid growth in demand for Strider's software platform and data sets as corporations, governments, and research institutions address gaps in existing security operations and tackle emerging compliance requirements.
Strider delivers data and software tools that enable organizations to protect what matters most - their people and innovation. Our products enable security teams to take a proactive approach to combating security threats across their personnel and supply chains, including nation-state incentivized economic espionage. Strider has operations in Washington, D.C. and Salt Lake City, Utah.
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