Brama Systems, a Utrecht-based technology company that provides affordable network security, announced that it has secured an investment from TIIN Capital’s Dutch Security TechFund.
The Dutch company will use the funds to scale its platform and achieve the company’s strategic growth ambitions.
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Brama Systems: what you need to know
Led by Hans Keukenschrijver, Brama Systems provides a network security platform that enables companies to protect their network infrastructure against unwanted and unauthorized access.
Hans Keukenschrijver, CEO of Brama Systems, says: “Cybercrime, hacks and data leaks have unfortunately increased significantly over the past few years. In addition, the average number of users, the number of connected devices and the volume of access (guests) to corporate networks also continue to grow rapidly. This puts business leaders and managers in a dilemma of wanting to enforce high standards of network security without impeding business processes, (guest) access, and customer experience. »
“Brama Systems brings NAC/NAP technology in an affordable, user-friendly platform that allows even SMBs to implement optimal network security without compromise or inconvenience to their day-to-day operations. The investment from Dutch Security TechFund allows us to continue to invest in our technology platform, expand our commercial team and realize our international ambitions,” he adds.
Founded by three experienced network and computer security experts, Brama Systems’ NAC/NAP technology enables companies to monitor and control all devices that attempt to access the corporate network and ensure maximum protection.
According to Brama Systems, the scalable NAC/NAP technology is easy to implement and provides organizations with a reliable platform to manage access to the corporate network and block unauthorized access attempts.
The platform (SaaS – On-Premise – Hybrid) serves service providers, VARs and hardware vendors.
Adriaan Hosmann, CTO at Brama Systems, says, “Brama Systems’ product portfolio is built around our proprietary advanced ‘PKI engine’. This allows us to assign certificates to users and devices quickly, easily and reliably. Thanks to these certificates, our platform monitors and controls all access to networks, blocking any unauthorized attempt – in full compliance with the principles of “zero trust”.
TIIN Capital: What you need to know
TIIN Capital was founded in 1998 and launched its sixth venture capital fund in 2019, one of them being Dutch Security TechFund. This fund is sector-based and supports startups and scale-ups in cybersecurity and IoT Security. The company works together with Security Delta in The Hague, Netherlands, and the European Cybersecurity Organization (ECSO) in Brussels, Belgium.
Michael Lucassen, Managing Partner at TIIN Capital, says: “Cybersecurity for SMEs in the Netherlands is very important, also for large companies because, in the end, we are only as strong as our weakest link. Brama Systems’ user-friendly network protection platform is a key element of cybersecurity technology that was previously only affordable for large enterprises, now also available and affordable for SMBs.
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