Security Week /
Incident response company BreachQuest emerged from stealth mode on Wednesday with $4.4 million in seed funding from Slow Ventures, Tinder founders Sean Rad and Justin Mateen, and Lookout founder Kevin Mahaffey.
BreachQuest is building a SaaS platform, named PRIORI, that aims to modernize incident response by providing automated end-to-end readiness and response capabilities.
The company says its product can provide enhanced visibility, continuously monitoring systems in an effort to detect threats. When a threat has been detected, the platform provides detailed information in order to enable a quick response.
The company was founded by Shaun Gordon, who will serve as CEO, and Jake Williams, who will serve as CTO. Williams, a former NSA hacker, also founded Rendition Infosec, which has been acquired by BreachQuest.