Quick Heal invests in Singapore start-up
The investment is a part of Quick Heal’s efforts to support start-ups dealing with disruptive technologies.
Antivirus software maker Quick Heal Technologies infused $263,222 in Singapore based wireless technology start-up Ray Pte Ltd. This investment is a part of Quick Heal’s effort to support innovative start-ups dealing with disruptive technologies.
The Pune-based company stated in an official release that the investment reinforces a shared vision of ensuring a safe, secure, and seamless digital experience for users.
Kailash Katkar, Managing Director, Quick Heal Technologies, said: “As a company, we are always on the lookout for innovative companies with disruptive offerings that will help us shape the future of cybersecurity. The team at Ray’s is building futuristic solutions keeping IoT and cloud computing technologies in mind which makes them an ideal partner.”
The investment will enable Ray to tap into Quick Heal’s expertise in the technology landscape to develop an integrated solution designed to protect IoT devices in the enterprise and consumer segments from the next wave of cyberattacks.