ROCKVILLE, MD - Triumfant Inc., a company selling software that detects and fixes damage from malware attacks on a company’s servers and computers, has raised $1.5 million in a mixed-securities offering, according to a regulatory filing.
Founded in 2002, Triumfant is a privately held company headquartered in Rockville, MD with engineering facilities in Research Triangle Park, NC. Triumfant serves key markets, including government organizations and commercial enterprises, as well as managed service providers and system integrators. Triumfant (formerly Chorus Systems) is funded by Novak Biddle Venture Partners, Core Capital Partners, Inflection Point Ventures, Anthem Capital Management, MCNC Ventures, and Tri-State Investment Group IV.
The company disclosed the current offering in a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
The company says it leverages patented analytics to detect, analyze and remediate the malicious attacks that evade traditional endpoint protection solutions. It says it uses these same analytics to continually enforce security configurations and policies, ensuring that organizations start every day with their endpoints secure and audit ready.
It explains on its web site that its analytics correlate all of the changes associated with each incident, generating in-depth analysis of each attack and providing the knowledge required to build a situational, contextual remediation that surgically addresses the attack and all of the associated collateral damage.
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