Verodin closes $10 million Series A round

Verodin, a software company based in Reston, VA, that enables organizations to simulate cyber attacks within live production environments, has closed $10 million in Series A funding.

Blackstone, Rally Ventures, Crosslink Capital and Cisco Investments participated in the financing.

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