Published : 10.15.2020
The New York-based cybersecurity firm was co-founded by Dublin tech veteran in 2017.
An Irish co-founded cybersecurity company that raised $18.5 million (€15.8 million) in funding to coincide with its official launch last year, has secured a further $20 million in investment.
New York-headquartered Sonrai Security was founded by Dubliner Brendan Hannigan and his business partner Sandy Bird in 2017, but operated in stealth mode until going public in January 2019. Sonrai, which means “data” in Irish, helps large corporations track, organize and protect data that is stored in the cloud.