DURHAM, NC – Security software company Knowledge Vector said that it has
raised nearly $10 million in a new round of funding and has signed partnerships
with Johnson Controls and other federal government contractors.
The company has developed software that gives early warning
of security breaches. One application is
that it integrates with a video surveillance system to determine if two people walk
through a security door, but only one card was swiped. The system is Internet-based.
The investors in the round were a number of individuals,
including Al Childers who sold his Magellan Laboratories for $200 million.