Beryllium InfoSec, Inc., a Minneapolis, MN and Dallas, TX-based provider of secure virtual enclaves and compliance advisory services to the Defense Industrial Base, received an investment from Bema Capital Investments.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
The investment accelerates Beryllium’s growth strategy focused on their Cuick Trac™ solution and serves to further their mission to help secure the Defense Industrial Base and federal contractors against adversaries.
The company will continue to be led by Co-Founders Derek White (Chief Product Officer) and Eric Power (Chief Growth Officer), with Lincoln Neely of Bema Capital joining the business as Chief Executive Officer.
Since 2018, Beryllium’s team of NIST security experts have continued to engineer Cuick Trac, a privately hosted, managed and secure virtual enclave, purpose built for NIST SP 800-171, which saves the average DoD contractor substantial amounts on their implementation and documentation costs.
The company will be scaling up and hiring CMMC professionals both locally, and virtually across the United States immediately, to handle business growth and expand the company’s capabilities.