Cambridge University startup Darktrace has become the first company to benefit from Autonomy founder Mike Lynch’s $1bn tech fund Invoke Capital. Although the exact terms of the investment were not disclosed, the cyber defence firm is expected to receive between $10m and $20m. Darktrace, which is commercialising mathematical research from Cambridge, simultaneously announced that Sir…
First trace of Lynch’s $1bn
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