Cyber Fund II
Investing in Cyber Technologies of the Future
At a time when cybersecurity could not be more important, Paladin’s $372 million Cyber Fund II is investing in digital solutions of absolute need to advance, sustain, and defend critical infrastructure and modern society. Through Cyber Fund II, we will be investing across a number of high-priority cybersecurity and online safety sectors, including innovative technologies that protect critical infrastructure from cyberattacks and networks from ransomware. If you’re interested in starting a conversation to learn more about Paladin Capital, you can get in touch with us by submitting the form below. We look forward to hearing from you.
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Paladin Brings a Unique Ability to Bridge the Public and Private Sectors
Founded in 2001 shortly after the 9/11 attacks, Paladin Capital Group was one of the first investors to recognize the need for coordination between international private and public sectors to support technologies with a security-by-design mindset. By combining our proven investment experience with deep expertise in global security, cyber technology and cutting-edge research, we create an information advantage that adds value across many market sectors and company stages. Our core strength is identifying, supporting and investing in innovative companies that develop promising, early-stage technologies to address the critical cyber and advanced technological needs of both commercial and government customers. For more than two decades, this unique approach has enabled us to be a trusted partner to investors, entrepreneurs and governments. Since 2008, we’ve invested in more than 60 companies across North America, Australia, Europe, and the Middle East, including promising cybersecurity and deep technology companies. Our portfolio includes companies such as CalypsoAI, the first monitoring suite to validate, explain and secure artificial intelligence and machine learning systems used by the U.S. Air Force and Navy; Hack The Box, the fastest growing hacking playground and cybersecurity community in the world; and Expel, a managed detection and response (MDR) provider that defends against ransomware, phishing and other emerging threats.