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Developing The Tech That Protects Nations and Businesses

About the Event

DataTribe Opportunities Fund is a $200 million venture fund that leverages proven value, demonstrated growth, and proprietary deal flow from DataTribe, the nation’s leading Cybersecurity and Data Science technology foundry.

One of the companies in the fund is Strider, a strategic intelligence firm created specifically to help businesses, institutions, and organizations protect themselves from Intellectual Property theft. Chinese IP theft alone costs the United States as much as $600 billion a year. Strider:

  • Has developed the first SaaS platform that enables clients to identify, manage, and respond to nation-state directed IP theft and supply chain vulnerabilities
  • Is one of the fastest growing cyber companies globally and counts 80% of the Fortune 25 as customers.
  • Recently released a report detailing the long history of IP theft at Los Alamos Laboratory

Join our webinar with DataTribe co-founder, Michael Janke, and Strider Co-Founder & CEO, Greg Levesque to hear more details about the fund and why the $200B Cybersecurity industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in tech.

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