Zuul in the News

Zuul Makes a Splash at 2018 RSA Conference

Zuul CTO Edward Stanford and CEO Drew Cohen recently attended the 2018 RSA Conference, one of the nation's premier InfoSec and Cybersecurity annual events, where Mr. Stanford spoke about Zuul's capabilities with ITProTV's Daniel Lowrie. Mr. Stanford discussed Zuul's unique IoT Security domain features, including PKI-access, and how the company provides significant value for stakeholders ranging from smart transportation networks to commercial building automation.
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Zuul Named Startup Security Winner in Info Security PG Awards

March 27, 2018 - Zuul has been recognized by Info Security Products Guide as Security Start Up of the Year in the 2018 Global Excellence Awards. The awards recognize cybersecurity and information technology vendors with advanced, ground-breaking products, solutions, and services that are helping set the bar higher for others in all areas of security and technologies. Zuul CTO Edward Stanford, who is in the process of leaving government services to become the company's first full-time employee, said the win was a credit to his growing development team and talent base at Masterpeace Solutions, the Columbia-based company from which Zuul originated. "I'm blessed to have so many good people helping me," Stanford said.

Zuul Raises $300k After Starting Inside a Government Contractor

A cybersecurity startup that began inside Columbia-based MasterPeace Solutions has $300,000 in new funding to move from a product development phase toward gaining new customers. Zuul, which specializes in Internet of Things security, was among the first batch of companies backed by Masterpeace as part of an in-house acclerator program that’s designed to help employees of the firm form their own startups. It’s now the first startup from the MasterPeace Launchpad to raise capital.

Zuul Graduates from Technology Accelerator, Raises Capital

Zuul is the first company to spin out of Columbia cyber firm, MasterPeace Solutions Ltd.'s, in-house accelerator and raise a seed round. The nine-person company specializes in deployment of large-scale Internet of Things installations, or making sure all of the web-connected devices involved in big projects like smart buildings or public transport systems are secure. Zuul has secured its first customer and raised $300,000 from Maryland Technology Development Corp., MasterPeace and other local angel investors.