Phosphorus Cybersecurity makes The Information’s third annual “50 Most Promising Startups”

Phosphorus CybersecurityTM, a Nashville-based company we spotlighted in this recent article, has been recognized by The Information as one of the most promising startups in the business-to-business and cybersecurity space.

The recognition came via The Information’s third annual “50 Most Promising Startups” that is a selection of companies that have the potential to be the most valuable businesses in their categories based on their current revenue, business model, and growth prospects. Selection came after an intense review by The Information’s top reporters of hundreds of companies across eight critical categories.

“We are honored by The Information’s recognition of our company as a leading start-up in the cybersecurity field,” said John Vecchi, Chief Marketing Officer of Phosphorus.

Chris Rouland, the company’s Chief Executive Officer, co-founded Phosphorus CybersecurityTM in 2017 in Milledgeville, GA and more recently moved to 12th South in Nashville. The fast-growing company announced a $38 million Series A funding round led by SYN Ventures and MassMutual Ventures in February.

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