Phantom Aims to Bring Security Automation Tech to Public Sector with In-Q-Tel Investment

cybersecurityIntelligence community venture capital firm In-Q-Tel has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Phantom to help that company further develop its security automation and orchestration technology.

Phantom said Tuesday its platform is designed to provide enterprise customers a connectivity layer to integrate disparate security technologies across an organization.

Oliver Friedrichs, founder and CEO of Phantom, noted the company aims to help the public sector automate and orchestrate their security operations with its technology.

Phantom’s platform works to abstract out application programming interfaces within a security environment as well as link in-house and third-party platforms into a consolidated infrastructure.

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