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Cybersecurity startup RiskLens raises $5M to help businesses understand the cost of cyber risk


RiskLens co-founders Jack Jones and Steven Tabacek

RiskLens, a cybersecurity startup based in Spokane that helps businesses understand how much cyberattacks could cost them, has landed a $5 million Series-A round. Osage Venture Partners led the round and other investors include Paladin Capital Group, Dell Technologies Capital and Kick-Start. Kick-Start is a familiar name in the Spokane area, as it was founded by Tom Simpson, also co-founder of Spokane technology and retail company etailz.

RiskLens' main product focuses on what the company calls Cyber Risk Quantification, and it's a way for companies to communicate how risk from cyberattacks and other incidents affects the bottom line. The company says its goal is to bridge gaps of communication between IT and company executives.

The company was founded in 2011 CXOWARE by Steven Tabacek and Jack Jones and later re-branded as RiskLens. Nick Sanna, former CEO of Netuitive was hired in 2015 and named CEO in January 2016.

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