Trinity Cyber Receives $23 Million in funding to Grow its Security Solutions

Start-up Trinity Cyber is closing on $23 million in funding from top institutional investors led by Intel Capital, allowing the company to further invest in preventing cyberattacks.

With the perfection of its new technology to proactively intercept and control cyberattacks, Trinity Cyber is forging an entirely new approach to cybersecurity – stealth interception of external threats before they reach a customer’s network.

The new Trinity Cyber technology is a complement to existing cybersecurity solutions.

“This investment by Intel Capital and other strategic backers is significant,” said Trinity Cyber CEO Steve Ryan. “I cofounded Trinity Cyber to transform the way the world addresses the cyber problem. No one is doing what Trinity Cyber is doing. No one else can. We make the adversary fail, and we feel this strategic support validates the elegance of our solution.”

Trinity Cyber also announced that, in addition to CEO Steve Ryan and President Marie “Neill” Sciarrone, former Homeland Security Advisor and U.S. cybersecurity chief, Tom Bossert, has joined the management team.

“The trend in global cyber attacks has been going in the wrong direction for some time, and American businesses are paying the price. It’s time we meet this problem with a truly preventive solution,” said Bossert. “Trinity Cyber provides a high caliber solution to U.S. businesses that is capable of defeating nation-state level attacks and long overdue.”

Trinity Cyber offers technology-enabled operations to its customers that actively prevent attacks. It does not compete with traditional, reactive detection and remediation capabilities, but rather is additive. By operating outside of network perimeters to intercept cybersecurity attacks, the Trinity Cyber approach achieves unrivaled speed, efficiency, and security.

Trinity Cyber’s patent-pending technology, known as Proactive Threat Interference, stops attacks before they reach internal networks, reducing risk and increasing cost to adversaries.

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