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Daniel Young: QuoLab Seeks to Grow Federal Market Footprint Through C5 Capital Partnership

Daniel Young CEO and Partner QuoLab Technologies
Daniel Young, CEO and Partner, QuoLab Technologies

QuoLab Technologies has partnered with C5 Capital's Washington, D.C.-based accelerator unit in a push to identify and pursue opportunities within the government security technology sector.

The partnership offers QuoLab the opportunity to work with C5 Accelerate advisers and partners to bring the former's security operations platform to the federal market, QuoLab said Wednesday.

C5 Capital invests in companies that aim help customers secure cyber, space, artificial intelligence and cloud computing systems.

“By strengthening our foothold into the federal space, we will be able to continue innovating and developing new ways to enhance our platform’s capabilities, all while helping to protect our nation from cyber threats," said Daniel Young, CEO and partner of QuoLab Technologies.

QuoLab designed is platform to facilitate user collaboration in efforts to analyze and address threats.

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Written by Nichols Martin

a staff writer at Executive Mosaic, produces articles on the federal government's technology and business interests. The coverage of these articles include government contracting, cybersecurity, information technology, health care and national security.

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