A hacking group with ties to North Korea has been targeting U.S. entities with malicious documents as it works to hide its tracks better, according to research from Maryland-based cybersecurity firm Prevailion.
North Korea-linked hackers have expanded their campaign to spy on experts researching nuclear deterrence, North Korea’s nuclear submarine program and North Korean economic sanctions, according to research from Prevailion.
Prevailion, a high-growth cybersecurity company transforming the way businesses approach risk discovery, evaluation and mitigation, today announced completion of its Series A funding led by AllegisCyber, a Silicon Valley and Maryland-based cybersecurity venture firm. Previous investor DataTribe, a global cyber foundry, also participated in this round. Prevailion raised its $2M seed round from DataTribe less […]
A cybersecurity startup with a presence in Maryland and Texas has raised $10 million in Series A funding, to grow hiring and sales efforts.
Prevailion, the predictive platform for advanced cyberdefense and third-party risk, today announced that it has closed a $1.7 million round of seed funding led by DataTribe, the country’s leading startup-studio for cybersecurity and data science startups. Prevailion will use the funds to accelerate product and business development for its compromise detection sensor technology, which helps public […]
Prevailion, a cyberdefense start-up with ties to Texas and Maryland that is part of the DataTribe incubator, recently inked a $10 million round of funding with a group of investors that includes the West Coast venture capital firm AllegisCyber Capital, according to two people familiar with the deal.