Delhi-based Kratikal, an end-to-end cyber security solution provider, has raised an undisclosed amount of Seed funding from Amajit Gupta (former director of Microsoft India), Praveen Dubey (co-founder Mutual PR) and J.P. Bhatt (co-founder and Chief Executive of ImpactQA), reported Livemint.
Founded in 2013 by Pavan Kushwaha and Paratosh Bansal, Kratikal is a cyber security training and servicing provider company. The company offers services such as application testing, vulnerability assessment, security auditing, penetration testing and cyber forensics. Besides, it also offers means to spread awareness about the online threats, customised training sessions for corporate, law enforcement agencies and educational institutes.
“We aim to provide world-class cyber security solutions globally and work on building the environment and train the IT professionals and digital community in India about how to build secure systems,” said Pavan Kushwaha, CEO of Kratikal.
Currently, with its 15-member team, Kratikal claims to have trained over 5,000 candidates from over 131 countries through its online modules for matters related to cyber crime, forensics, and cyber fraud. Its clientele includes corporate houses, police departments, law enforcement agencies and individuals.
The team is also developing a tool to automate their security testing services with the help of data and artificial intelligence. This automated tool will bring down the high cost of security testing and make it economically feasible for all the SMEs to be secure. The corporate will also be able to use it as a SaaS-based product for security testing.