Venture Capital firm Boundary Capital has invested £200,000 in Torsion Information Security, a disruptive cyber security company, delivering Secure Data Access Control. The London start up helps businesses get control of ‘who has access to what’, among massive collections of files, folders and sites.

Inappropriate access to data is a leading cause of information security breaches. Torsion uses Machine Learning to seamlessly engage business users in the security of their own information, to precisely control access and drive robust security outcomes for the business.

Torsion works across enterprise collaboration systems such as Microsoft Office 365, SharePoint and File Shares to improve data security, simplify compliance, and facilitate collaboration and productivity.

Boundary has invested £200,000 to support the commercial development of the business.

Dan Somers, Managing Partner of Boundary, commented:

“Data security is a hot topic, which will only become more important for companies. We were impressed with Torsion and how thoughtfully the product is designed to address the market need of enabling and supporting businesses to securely collaborate and not to restrict them. We are delighted to invest in these thought leaders.”

Peter Bradley, CEO at Torsion commented:

“We are delighted to have Boundary on board with our vision and our company. We welcome their approach of hands-on engagement with our team, as we continue to grow our business, and help our customers get control of data access.”

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