Tenable Security wants to hire hundreds of new workers [Startup Roundup]

The Columbia-based cybersecurity company got two new economic development loans.

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Tenable Security picked up a pair of loans to fund expansion in the coming years. The Columbia-based cybersecurity company received a $1 million loan from Maryland’s Economic Development Assistance Authority and Fund, and a $100,000 workforce training grant from the Howard County Economic Development Authority. The company plans to hire “hundreds” of new full-time employees over the next five years, according to a news release.
SalesWarp raised $3.2 million, according to an SEC filing. The ETC-based ecommerce company formerly known as 6th Street expects to raise $4 million.


Mindgrub founder Todd Marks was tapped to speak at the International Society for Technology in Education conference in Philly this week. His talk is on helping students learn with beacons and location-based learning.


Betamore continues to occupy the airwaves. Check out Greg Cangialosi on ABC2’s In Focus. “So you’re like the Mark Cuban now?” Cool question, bro.

Companies: Mindgrub / Tenable Holdings

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