University Cyber Security Spin-out (Zonefox) Raises Another £650,000 in Investment
Zonefox, the innovative Cyber Security spin-out from the School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University, has raised another £650,000 worth of investment.
It adds to £450,000 in funding from business angels and the Scottish Investment Bank (SIB) in 2014, taking the total raised by the spin-out company to more than £1.65 million.
ZoneFox was launched in 2010 by Edinburgh Napier University graduate Jamie Graves, and is based in the CodeBase technology incubator in Edinburgh.
Zonefox's software monitors and records activity on systems in order to detect possible security breaches in real time.
There are currently an increasing number of threats on data loss with many companies being targeted including Sony and Target.
The School of Computing also has a more recent spin-out (Symphonic Trust), who have too has been success in raising investment.
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