Meet the cybersecurity start-up backed by a host of tech CEOs

Marian McHugh
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Confluera founders (from left to right): Bipul Sinha, chairman, Abhijit Ghosh, CEO, and Niloy Mukherjee, chief architect
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Confluera founders (from left to right): Bipul Sinha, chairman, Abhijit Ghosh, CEO, and Niloy Mukherjee, chief architect

Confluera was founded by Juniper, Rubrik and Oracle engineers and came out of stealth with $9m investment

Real-time cybersecurity start-up Confluera plans to use its $9m (£7.4m) Series A funding from high-profile investors to build its product and go to market, CEO Abhijit Ghosh told CRN. Ghosh (pictured...

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