Senteon, an Atlanta, Georgia-based SaaS cybersecurity automation platform, raised an undisclosed amount in a seed funding round led by Valor Ventures Fund 2.
SaaS Ventures, Purdue University’s cyber security accelerator fund, and Lytical Ventures, an AI-focused VC in NY also participated.
Robin Bienfait, a general partner of Valor, has joined the board of directors.
Round: Seed Round
Funding Month: March 2022
Lead Investors: Valor Ventures Fund 2
Additional Investors: SaaS Ventures, Purdue University’s cyber security accelerator fund, and Lytical Ventures
Company Website: https://senteon.co/
Software Category: AI Cybersecurity Automation Platform
About the Company: Led by co-founders Henry Zhang, CEO, and Nicole Wraback, CTO, a Georgia Tech computer science engineering grad who studied AI. Senteon’s SaaS solution protects client networks enabling them to audit endpoint behavior, identify problematic system-level settings on machines in production, and optimize the endpoint's system hardening capabilities against active threats. Companies benefit from Senteon’s ability to identify and contextualize key problematic settings, alert on any changes in endpoint configuration, and provide remediation of the issue without human intervention.