September 27, 2021

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Razorsecure, Hampshire cybersecurity startup got funding of £2M

Razorsecure, Hampshire cybersecurity startup got funding of £2M to solve security challenges in the rail industry.

Razorsecure, Hampshire cybersecurity startup got funding of £2M to solve security challenges in the rail industry.

Razorsecure, a Hampshire-based cybersecurity software provider for the rail industry, has secured more than £2 million from the existing investors including, Enterprise M3 Growth Fund; Mainport Innovation Fund II, Wentworth Limited; and Breed Reply.

To date, the company has raised £6 million in funding. The funding will be used to accelerate the company’s growth and scale its products.

Founded by Alex Cowan in 2015, RazorSecure provides a suite of products and services to protect rail companies from cyber-attack. 

The company’s technology is powered by machine learning and designed to protect rolling stock, signaling, and infrastructure systems. RazorSecure’s solution detects how a system operates and identifies deviations as a possible threat.