Ataata Closes $3 Million Series A

12/19/17

Ataata, a cyber security training platform designed to reduce human error in the workplace, announced the closing of its Series A financing with a $3 million round led by Next Frontier Capital, a Bozeman, Montana based venture firm.

Additional investors include TEDCO, 2M, SaaS Ventures, ARRA Capital and senior leadership from major technology and financial firms. Ataata will use the funds to accelerate customer-driven product development and solidify its position as a leader in cyber security awareness training. Ataata is headquartered in Bethesda, MD with plans to establish a presence in Bozeman.

Since the company's inception in 2016, Ataata's mission has been to deliver engaging, award-winning content employees can relate to and to measure cyber risk training effectiveness by converting behavior observations into actionable risk metrics for security professionals. Traditional risk awareness training does little to combat the suspect judgment and poor cyber risk decisions that can cost companies time and money. Uninformed, disengaged employees make careless security mistakes, which means every company's biggest security risk may already work in-house. Ataata's platform empowers employees to reduce that risk.

"We are building Ataata on the premise that informed and engaged employees, who understand why their actions matter, will ultimately make better security decisions," said Ataata's CEO, Michael Madon.

"Insightful and impactful content, coupled with real-time risk scoring, is changing the way Ataata's customers think about cyber risk and helping them reduce costly mistakes caused by human error," said Richard Harjes, General Partner at Next Frontier Capital. "In short, we believe Ataata will continue to grow as a critical pillar of their clients' security programs."

Learn more here: www.ataata.com/get-the-antidote

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