Medical Device Cybersecurity Company Raises Seed Money
MedCrypt, headquartered in San Diego, says its commercial software can help protect hospitals from cyberattacks.
San Diego Union-Tribune:
MedCrypt Raises Seed Funding For Cyber Software
San Diego-based MedCrypt, which is building cybersecurity software for connected medical devices, said it raised $750,000 in a seed funding round, led by publicly traded Safeguard Scientifics and a group of angel investors. MedCrypt said it will use the money to make its software toolkit ready for commercial use – giving hospitals a new layer of security against cyberattacks. (Freeman, 9/13)