Data Tribe

DataTribe is a Data Science and Cybersecurity technology foundry that has helped several companies go from seed to exit. DataTribe works with founders who have come from top security agencies including, the CIA, NSA, DARPA and others. The key to their success is developing businesses based on over-the-horizon technologies with significant commercial opportunities. DataTribe has established three seed funds around their foundry companies with impressive IRRs. Now the company has created DataTribe Opportunities Fund, LP. This fourth fund in the DataTribe family has been developed to invest in select, proprietary pro rata from the top performing companies in their seed stage foundry funds. DataTribe is looking for investors to join other family offices, ultra-high net worth individuals, and companies including Koch Industries to participate in their Opportunities Fund which currently features Foundry companies Dragos, Enveil, Blackcloak, and Strider.


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