• WHY @RISK
    • We believe privacy is an inalienable right; we also believe that not enough is being done to protect MainStreet USA at a level we believe it deserves.

  • Network Consensus
    • @RISK is a Network Consensus company that provides global organizations with “Left of Bang” Cyber Situational Awareness measured through a Balanced ScoreCard. Risk, exposure and probability of Cyber-attacks are calculated using Big Data Machine Learning built on an IBM Cognitive computing platform. @RISK is an assembly of world class professionals who quietly do what seems to be the impossible daily. Each one of them is contributing to a new field called cognitive computing, fusing the art of their experience with technology, to mimic the way a computer hacker thinks and defend your Privacy.

@RISK Technologies, Inc.
16400 N Dallas Parkway, Suite 100
Dallas, TX 75248
E-mail: info@atrisktech.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

@RISK Technologies Completes $2M in Seed Funding

3 Main concepts you should take away from this release:

Protect MainStreet USA
@RISK is dedicated to protecting MainStreet USA by delivering the "Left of Bang" Situational Awareness

Global Leadership
@RISK understands Cyber from a Strategic, Operational and Tactical view with leaders who have worked at all echelons of business and government

National Dialogue
@RISK leadership is involved daily in the national dialogue on Cyber and MainStreet USA

DALLAS, TX - 14 March 2017 - 

@RISK Technologies Inc., a Cyber Network Consensus SaaS company that provides automated Digital Forensic Investigation and is the creator of the InVictus Cognitive Cyber Defense Platform, announced today that it secured $2M in seed funding after spending 9 months in stealth development.  
 
The round was led by local angel investors with participation from various Dallas buesiness associates. Co-founded by two veterans of IBM's US Federal Market and a third founder of a publicly traded sales call center, @RISK has built technology that protects “MainStreet USA” networks that serve as the underpinnings for crucial sectors, such as banking, transportation, manufacturing, and healthcare.
 
According to Company leadership, the new funding will be put toward hiring more staff and reaching more customers, particularly in initial sales efforts in Pennsylvania and Texas. @RISK is headquartered in Dallas, but the company plans to open a Pittsburgh office in the coming months.
 
The round is comprised of several respected high net worth accredited investors from the Dallas investment community. 
 
@RISK enables automation of Cyber Maturity Levels, Compliance scoring and Enterprise Risk Management delivered through an electronic Strategic Road Map that is measured through a Balanced ScoreCard for Cyber and the results are presented in a single pane of glass. @RISK's “Network Consensus” approach to Cyber Security leverages the technology you already own. @RISK pinpoints the attack to plug the holes before the threat can exploit them. 

Our Company is made up of cyber experts who have designed, built, delivered, and managed complex networked ecosystems for the special operations, intelligence agencies and department of defense communities,” said Stan Blanton, Vice President and CTO at @RISK Technologies, “We have leveraged this expertise to evolve cyber defenses to meet today’s most aggressive Cyber Threat challenges and applied them to the commercial market.”

While virtually all industries are subject to cyber attack and thus would benefit from @RISK Technologies solutions, @RISK has gone to market initially targeting mid-tier corporations across Main Street USA.

 

 

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VC Firms Back Record Number of Cybersecurity Startups in 2016

Venture investors are clamoring to back cybersecurity startups after record hacking last year and calls by U.S. President Donald Trump and other global leaders to do more to protect against digital attacks.

VC firms invested $3.1 billion in a record 279 cybersecurity startups in 2016, according to research firm CB Insights. That compares to $3.7 billion in 272 startups the year before and $833 million in 117 in 2010.

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