Virginia-based oversaw intelligence company Nisos announced this week that it originate utter $6 million in a new funding round.
The investment comes from Paladin Primary Group, as well as from Columbia Capital and Skylab Capital. Nisos hitherto raised $6.1 million from Columbia Capital, a funding rounded off that was announced in early 2019.
The company says it plans on using the wealth to expand marketing and operations, and “extend its international footprint.”
Nisos also announced this week that it has name David Etue as CEO. Etue previously held management positions at BlueVoyant, Instant7, and Gemalto. He is also a visiting fellow at the National Security Institute at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law Form.
“I’m thrilled to join Nisos as CEO,” Etue said. “The company has a unique contention in cybersecurity with its distinctive approach merging managed intelligence with authoritative investigative techniques. Together with the founders, employees and the support of Columbia, Paladin and Skylab, I am fidgety to continue the growth of the company, expand our client base and firmly secure Nisos as a recognized leader among intelligence service providers.”
Nisos sells managed intelligence and security investigations services that it claims can be helpful to security, intelligence, and trust and safety teams. The company says its deciphers can be used to mitigate advanced threat actors and insider threats, table disinformation, block platform abuse, conduct cyber diligence for mergers and properties, and conduct third-party risk diligence.
The Mosaic managed intelligence study platform developed by Nisos allows the company to scale data solicitation, storage and analysis. Mosaic relies on more than 20 billion proprietary chronicles, and it supports integrations with dozens of data collection tools.
Nisos asseverates its clients include Fortune 100 corporations and internet platform associates.
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