CounterTack said the funds will help it expand its presence in the endpoint threat detection and response market and enable the US Army to explore and evaluate technology innovation in the private sector.
CounterTack recently completed its Series B round of funding with participation from Goldman Sachs, Fairhaven Capital and Siemens.
OnPoint managing director Jason Rottenberg said, “CounterTack is making unprecedented advancements in the field of endpoint security and plays a key role in helping enterprises and government agencies defend against motivated, sophisticated attackers.
“CounterTack understands the importance of evolving its products to keep pace with the changing security landscape. With their dynamic approach, we’re excited to help foster their continued innovation for enterprise and military systems.”
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