Randori is a creator of an automated attack platform exposing where & how attackers will strike you next.
Randori is building the world’s most authentic, automated attack platform to help defenders train like the adversary.
Randori was founded in 2018 by Brian Hazzard and David Wolpoff. The company is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, with an office in Denver, Colorado.
Randori's nation-state caliber platform combines continuous reconnaissance, real-time target analysis, and the ability to safely execute attacks on-demand to provide an attacker’s perspective of where and how threat actors will strike you next.
Randori’s attack platform promises to safely launch attacks on organizations to help them understand how to prevent or mitigate the effects of data breaches and other compromises, in part by leveraging machine learning to asses the exploitability of vulnerabilities.
Randori’s Recon product enables teams to continuously scan for misconfigurations, blind spots, and process failures using a black-box approach. Starting with an email address, Recon automatically creates a baseline of an organization’s attack surface. An integrated model — the Target Temptation model — then spots the assets most likely to elicit action from an attacker, taking into account factors like known weaknesses, post-exploitation potential, and the cost of action by an attacker.
Randori is backed by Accomplice, Harmony Venture Partners, .406 Ventures, Legion Capital and others. The company raised $20M in a Series A round on Apr 23, 2020. This brings Randori's total funding to $29.75M to date.