Third-round funding for security startup was led by St. Paul Venture Capital and GMG Capital Partners

February 21, 2002

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WOODLAND, Calif. -- Captus Networks, the leader in protecting networks from Denial of Service (DoS) attacks, today announced it has raised $6 million in third-round funding. Led by St. Paul Venture Capital and GMG Capital Partners, the round included full participation of Captus' seed and second-round investors. "We are very pleased that our team of investors show continued confidence as we build upon our successes in the marketplace of 2001," said Richard G. Helgeson, president and chief executive officer of Captus Networks. "We are seeing an increased interest in securing corporate networks. Companies are extremely concerned about protecting their information systems, their customers, and their brand." Captus Networks Corp.

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