Google and Adobe execs invest in IT risk assessment firm Lucideus


Delhi-based IT hazard evaluations and digital security stages supplier Lucideus has brought an undisclosed sum up in a holy messenger round of venture from Google India Managing Director Rajan Anandan, Adobe Managing Director Kulmeet Bawa and other industry stalwarts.

Lucideus, which gives digital security to the BHIM (Bharat Interface for Money) application, will utilize the assets to upgrade innovative work on digital security.
“As an organization, we have been growing 700 for every penny (normal year-on-year) in incomes while being income positive throughout the previous four years,” said Saket Modi, CEO and Co-organizer, Lucideus, in an announcement on Wednesday.
We have an arrangement of marquee names of handpicked speculators who have contributed their cash as well as acquire their vital and specialized direction that is assuming a key part in our advancement,” he included.
The rundown of speculators additionally incorporate Rahul Chawla, Managing Director, Head of Global Markets at Deutsche Bank, Jonathan Boutelle, ex-Director of Technology at LinkedIn/SlideShare, previous Freecharge CEO Govind Rajan, Digi Locker boss draftsman and Slideshare fellow benefactor Amit Ranjan.
“Considering all the foundation done by Lucideus throughout the previous five years, I feel they are very much situated to get the market opportunity and develop as clear market pioneers,” said Anandan.