Post-Quantum clinches £8m Series A to “protect the world’s information”

Funding will help cyber security business build technologies to combat growing threats against finance, government and healthcare

Post-Quantum, a London-based cyber-security company, has closed an £8m Series A funding round from Hong Kong-based VMS Investment Group and AM Partners.

Founded in 2009, Post-Quantum develops defence-grade cyber cyber-security solutions to help global investment banks and businesses protect their data and communications systems against cyber attacks.

The firm claims to have recently won classified government contracts in secure communications, has worked with Barclays’ Global Information Security division, and has showcased its secure messaging platform to NATO.

Post-Quantum will use the funding to build out its suite of products to combat the “growing threat” of cyber threats across finance, government and healthcare.

Andersen Cheng, CEO of Post-Quantum, commented:

“We have established a strong reputation and generated a lot of interest from some of the biggest names in financial services and government, so having the funding and support of VMS Investment Group and AM Partners is integral to our growth.

“Our vision is to protect the world’s information, and this funding will enable us to do that.”

Jack Chow, partner at VMS Investment Group, reflected:

“The global business environment has never been at greater risk of complex cyber attacks, and we firmly believe Post-Quantum has the expertise and solutions that can provide defence-grade protection to enterprises across the world.”

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