Garrison Announces New $30 Million Funding
Secure Web browsing technology provider Garrison raised $30 million in additional funds from London-based investors. The round was led by Dawn Capital, investors in the NASDAQ-listed email security company Mimecast that’s valued at $2.1 billion, and brings the total raised by Garrison to more than $50 million at prevailing exchange rates.
The company claims its unique technology enables users to access all content on the Web without any risk of exposing their organization to cyberattacks. Instead of relying on a traditional threat detection-based model, it places a gap at the most fundamental electronic level between the Internet and the end user’s device. This means malicious web content never comes into contact with users or their organizations’ IT systems.
According to Garrison, ultra-secure government and military customers have been among the first to benefit from the technology, which is now being adopted by mainstream commercial organizations due to its affordability.