Security startup Jask raises $12M Series A round

San Francisco-based security startup Jask has raised $12 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Dell Technologies Capital, along with TenEleven Ventures. Existing investors Battery Ventures and Vertical Venture Partners also participated in the round.

Deepak Jeevan Kumar, managing director at Dell Technologies Capital, and Mark Hatfield, managing partner at TenEleven Ventures, will join JASK’s board.

Jask monitors networks end to end, using artificial intelligence to surface and triage relevant attacks, as well as provide a picture of the attack surface.

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