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Cybersecurity firm lands $125 investment

March 31, 2021 - OPSWAT, a fast-growing cybersecurity firm that recently moved its headquarters from San Francisco to Tampa and is eyeing an IPO in the near future, has received $125 million in funding from Brighton Park Capital, a Greenwich, Conn., research-driven investment firm. According to a news release, OPSWAT plans to use the capital injection to accelerate growth by expanding its global sales, marketing, customer success and business operations. OPSWAT specializes in critical infrastructure protection and its clientele includes more than 1,000 organizations around the world. “We’re thrilled to have Brighton Park as a strategic, growth-focused partner and look forward to benefiting from their proven sector expertise as we advance our mission to protect the world’s mission-critical infrastructure,” OPSWAT Founder and CEO Benny Czarny stated in the release. “With a strong foundation and global organization in place, today’s announcement marks a new era at OPSWAT, and wouldn’t have been possible without the dedication and hard work by our exceptional and growing team. We are excited to partner with the Brighton Park team as we capitalize on the substantial opportunities ahead.”

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