CI Security Raises $9.6M to Help Customers Manage Cyber Threats
April 23, 2019 / Jeff Buchanan
CI Security, a startup that provides its customers with cybersecurity software and expertise in detecting and responding to digital intrusions and threats, announced Monday it has raised $9.6 million in new funding. Seattle-based CI Security, which was previously known as Critical Informatics, says it plans to use some of the new cash to continue developing its products and services. The only investor CI Security named in a news release announcing the Series B round was East Seattle Partners, which is led by Alan Frazier, a well known west-coast investor who runs the fund Frazier Healthcare Partners. East Seattle Partners, which is separate from Frazier Healthcare Partners, invests in early- and mid-stage businesses in the Pacific Northwest, as well as commercial real estate properties, according to the release.