Data Security

With $15 Million Series A Funding, Symmetry Systems to Ramp Up Hybrid-Cloud Data Security

A well-known provider of cutting-edge Data Store and Object Security (DSOS), Symmetry Systems, has announced a $15 million Series A funding round. ForgePoint Capital and Prefix Capital lead it. They are two premier venture funds, who are investing in transformative and foundational technologies. The investment will back the rapid growth of the company in customers, revenue, and employees.

This newest funding round also highlighted participation from Symmetry Systems and Accenture Ventures is now part of their Project Spotlight, its engagement, and investment program that attaches developing technology software startups with the Global 2000 to fill planned modernization gaps. Moreover, this round comprises leading practitioners, such as Omkhar Arasarathnam, Engineering Director at Google Cloud; Sameer Sait, Chief Information Security Officer at Amazon-Whole Foods; David Tsao, VP of Security Engineering at Marqeta; Tom Gonser, Founder of DocuSign; and Bob Gleichauf, EVP at InQTel and ex-CTO at Cisco.

Today, data spans across object stores, databases, and data lakes in today's hybrid cloud environment. As a result, developers, users, contractors, and supply-chain vendors all get information via a web of applications and roles. Flagship solution, DataGuard,  of Symmetry Systems provides combined discernibility into data objects across all data stores,

About Symmetry Systems

Symmetry Systems delivers purpose-built Object Security (DSOS) and Data Store to provide complete visibility and combined access control. Born from the award-winning Spark Lab at UT Austin, Symmetry Systems DataGuard upholds power over data when all else fails, be it exploited insider identifications, malicious applications, or false positives in safety operations tools. Backed by foremost security investors Prefix Capital, DataGuard,  and ForgePoint Capital was built with and for the most challenging security teams in healthcare, finance, and the US government.



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