Built on Zero Trust Architecture that meets the most stringent enterprise information security requirements.
Purpose-built to bring digital impact to the places where work gets done.
Designed to create structured data at the source to fuel artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Founded by military veterans moved by a deep personal commitment to service, we’re devoted to fostering a workplace that makes a tangible difference for our community and our world.
Adyton is incorporated as a Public Benefit Corporation. That means we are mandated through our charter to make a positive impact on the world. We achieve this mandate by promoting public safety through technologies that protect information from hostile and unauthorized actors.
We know from personal experience that military veterans possess unsurpassed grit, drive and passion—but can struggle to translate their expertise to the private sector. Through our mentoring programs, veterans have an opportunity to develop their skills to become the most determined engineers on the planet.
With what is often called the hardest job in defense, military spouses demonstrate profound organizational skills, but can be challenged by navigating complex military structures and continuous relocation. We proactively create professional opportunities for military spouses to grow their careers, whether they’re in Korea or Kentucky.
As soldiers, we served with partner nation militaries around the world, trusting our allies to have our backs. We also saw how economic prosperity leads to peace, security and stability. In uniform, we built roads and markets to create new opportunities in conflict zones. At Adyton, we create jobs and opportunities to increase prosperity in post-conflict zones.
Our customers own all their own data, full stop. Too often, technology companies take advantage of unwitting customers. We seek to set a better example. Our customers own all their own data, which we protect, structure, and maintain. Our customers rely on that stewardship, so we make sure they know it’s never for sale, never used for advertising, and never locked in.
A Navy Unit used Mustr to securely achieve 100% personnel accountability in ~30 minutes during a base-wide active shooter drill.
Exclusive from Venture Beat on how Adyton aims to address BYOD security through personnel accountability management.
Defense-focused startup Adyton today announced that it has closed a $10 million Series A funding round, led by Khosla Ventures.