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Opscura receives $9.4 million in Series A funding

Opscura receives $9.4 million in Series A funding

Opscura receives $9.4 million in Series A funding

SILICON VALLEY, Calif. – Opscura, an industrial cybersecurity innovator announced that it has begun to scale and transform its critical operations following the receipt of $9.4 million in Series A funding.

Originally founded in Spain as Enigmedia, Opscura has become a global entity launching a new brand, global management team, and product upgrades in addition to the capital infusion led by Anzu Partners (with investments from Dreamit and Mundi Ventures). Opscura says their tech adds a unique layer to the industrial cybersecurity ecosystem as manufacturers require greater efficiencies to protect thousands of vulnerable legacy devices they cannot take offline. Using their cloaking technology, they obscure deeper operational technology (OT) Level 2 network and Layer 2 data without disrupting operations.

“We have been impressed with the power and simplicity of Opscura’s security solution as part of our Schneider Electric Exchange™️ Technology Partner program,” says Francesc Juan, CTO Spain of Schneider. “Opscura addresses multiple ICS use cases, and unlike other offerings, simplifies the processes, people, and technology work involved in protecting critical infrastructure in deeper OT layers.”

An innovator in industrial control systems (ICS), Opscura works collaboratively in the ICS security ecosystem with technology complementary to solutions found from Fortinet, Claroty, Nozomi and more. The company says customers across several different industries including renewable energy, transportation, manufacturing, government, and chemical rely on Opscura to solve challenges related to cybersecurity, compliance, and digital transformation.

“Throughout our extensive diligence process, we were impressed with Opscura’s foundational approach to ICS and their ability to deliver a frictionless solution that ensures continuity of operations. We believe it has great potential to efficiently and effectively address the myriad unmet security needs that exist in critical brownfield OT networks,” said John Ho, Partner at Anzu Partners. “We look forward to supporting the Opscura team as they continue to scale the company, validate the technology’s capabilities across multiple ICS use cases, and demonstrate how to fully deliver the zero trust model in an OT context.”

Opscura co-founders Gerard Vidal and Carlos Tomás will take on the Chief Technology Officer and VP Engineering roles, respectively, as part of a new global management team led by new Chief Executive Officer, David Hatchell. “It’s time to take on the most pressing national cybersecurity problems and move the entire ICS ecosystem forward,” Hatchell said. “Together with our partners and talented technical teams, Opscura can help customers move beyond device visibility to protect our critical industrial assets and data.”

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