Query.AI officially launched on Thursday with a security investigations platform and $4.6 million in seed funding.
The funding came from ClearSky Security, DNX Ventures, and South Dakota Equity Partners, and Query.AI says it will be used to accelerate adoption of its product.
Query.AI has developed what it describes as a security investigations control plane designed to help security teams investigate and respond to incidents by giving them real-time access and centralized insights to data from a wide range of existing cloud and on-premises applications, but without the need to actually transfer or duplicate that data.
Query.AI’s platform can be integrated with tens of third-party SIEM and log management, endpoint security, threat intelligence, cloud infrastructure and security, network, vulnerability management, identity and HR, security instrumentation, email and communications, business analytics, and ticketing and CRM products.
The platform uses a browser-based architecture and the company says it supports natural language processing to make it easier to use by analysts who are not experts in the individual systems.
The South Dakota-based company was founded by Dhiraj Sharan and Andrew Maloney, former engineering and product leaders from Niara and JASK.