$21M seed funding secured by Command Zero, power move

July 11, 2024
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Command Zero, a cybersecurity startup based in Austin, has secured $21 million in seed funding. The funding will be used to enhance its autonomous cyber investigation platform, which accelerates data breach investigations through natural language prompt-based analyses and diagram-based visualization. The platform also features a knowledge base tool and investigation workflows for comprehensive threat hunting activities. CEO Dev Yoran noted that the platform removes technology expertise barriers and speeds up investigations.

Seed funding pulls in $21M for Command Zero

Command Zero, a cybersecurity startup based in Austin, has recently secured $21 million in seed funding. The funding is set to be allocated towards bolstering the capabilities of its autonomous cyber investigation platform.

The platform, according to SiliconAngle, is designed to accelerate data breach investigations through natural language prompt-based analyses of data from other cybersecurity tools. It also includes a diagram-based visualization of various probe phases, which aids in incident data sharing among breach assessment team members.

In addition to these features, Command Zero’s platform boasts a knowledge base tool that allows for the sharing of commonly asked breach investigation queries. It also includes several investigation workflows for assessing prevalent cyberattack scenarios and enabling more comprehensive threat hunting activities.

Dev Yoran, the CEO of Command Zero, highlighted the platform’s ability to remove technology expertise barriers, reduce repetitive manual work, and speed up investigations. He emphasized that “running escalations to ground truth has always been the biggest challenge in cyber,” and Command Zero’s platform aims to address this challenge effectively.

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