IoT security startup Phosphorus raises $27M for R&D – EnterpriseTalk

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Phosphorus Cybersecurity Inc., an Internet of things security startup, has announced that it has raised an additional $27 million to further develop and market its Cyber-Physical Systems Protection Platform and conduct research and development.

It is claimed that the Unified xIoT Security Management Platform offers unparalleled security management and breach prevention in order to deliver risk assessment and discovery across all industry verticals. In addition, the platform provides ongoing management and monitoring along with proactive hardening and remediation.

Without the need for agents, infrastructure dependencies, or complexity, the platform enables organizations to locate, address, monitor, and manage their CPS estates.

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