Interpres Security exits stealth mode with funding of US$8.5 million


Interpres Security, a defense management startup, declared that it has exited stealth mode with US$8.5 million in seed funding from a round led by Ten Eleven Ventures and a product intended to help businesses improve security performance.

In order to assist enterprises in strengthening their security posture, the Charleston-based company suggests a new method of managing the defense surface by providing a continuous, tailored assessment of detection and mitigation capabilities.

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Using a single dashboard that can also identify misconfigurations, coverage gaps, and changes in risk posture, Interpres Security claims it can maximize the cybersecurity solutions a company already employs.

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