Boston’s .406 Ventures is an oddball in the world of venture capital, where firms are highly likely to be named after trees, rocks, or bodies of water. A stroke of luck landed the firm a set of landline numbers that matched its title. More →
Venture capital firm .406 Ventures has raised its third pool of investment cash, pulling together a new $217 million fund earmarked for early stage companies in digital security and other behind-the-scenes tech sectors.More →
Rapid7 is set to become the first Massachusetts tech company to go public in 2015. Others are waiting in the wings. And venture investors are pouring more money into startups in the sector, highlighting increased digital breaches and the collection of Boston-area smarts to thwart them.More →
Cybersecurity startup Threat Stack has hired its third CEO, former Industrial Defender chief Brian Ahern. The company sells security software that monitors cloud-computing network activity, hoping to identify emerging security threats even before they’re known to the wider world.More →
Nara Logics, a Cambridge-based developer of an artificial intelligence recommendation engine, announced today that it has expanded its AI-driven data analysis services to the financial and banking industries.More →
Cambridge-based Nara Logics, a company that uses artificial intelligence to integrate its understanding of how the brain works with data that can help businesses, announced this morning that they have raised $6 million in what they are calling a Series A-2.More →
Cambridge-based Onapsis Inc., a cybersecurity software firm focused on serving large companies and government organizations, today announced it has raised $9.58 million in funding led by .406 Ventures of Boston.