Bristol-based KETS Quantum Security has raised £3.1m of funding, to keep data safe from the next generation of quantum-computing enabled hackers.
KETS makes technology products that protect data from sophisticated cyberattacks and the new funding will be used to accelerate development, production, and delivery of first products. The funding round was co-led by Quantonation and Speedinvest, with participation from Mustard Seed MAZE.
Charles van der Lande and Laura Guest of Roxburgh Milkins advised KETS.
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“We’ve enjoyed working with the Roxburgh Milkins team again on this fund raise. Charles and Laura were very pragmatic, responsive and efficient in making sure we had what we needed for a smooth process. They kept us up to date throughout, ensuring everything was completed on time and on budget.”
Dr Chris Erven, CEO and co-founder of KETS Quantum Security