17 January 2017, India:
Cybersecurity startup Kratikal Tech has raised close to $500,000 in its latest round of seed funding as per The Mint report. The round was led by Amajit Gupta, former director of Microsoft India along with Praveen Dubey, co-founder MutualPR and J.P. Bhatt, co-founder and chief executive of ImpactQA.
Kratikal provides a complete suite of manual and automated security testing services. It also provides a range of Global Expertise on Vulnerability Assessment with Web Application and Infrastructure Testing options for large corporations and Fortune 500 Enterprises.
“We aim to provide world-class cybersecurity solutions globally and work on building the environment and train the IT (information technology) professionals and digital community in India about how to build secure systems,” Kratikal said in a statement.
Kratikal was founded in 2013 by Pavan Kushwaha, Paratosh Bansal, Dip Jung Thapa, Prashant Pandey and Ankit Singh. It came into existence as Kushwaha’s email account was hacked as per The Mint report.