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PhishMe Closes $2.5M Financing

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PhishMe has closed a$2.5 million Series A round, led by Paladin Capital Group. Christopher Steed, vice president at Paladin Capital, is joining PhishMe’s board.

PhishMe provides phishing awareness training for employees of government agencies, universities, and large enterprises. The company has trained over 3.5 million workers.

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