Paladin Capital Group, the multi-stage investor specializing in cyber, AI, and advanced technology, today launched the Paladin Global Institute with Kemba Walden, former Acting National Cyber Director, joining as President. The Paladin Global Institute will serve as a global convening force, building partnerships and stimulating research and advocacy while working to identify and mitigate cyber, AI, and deep tech risks.
The Paladin Global Institute’s mission is to protect global critical infrastructure from cyber threats and enhance the safety of people online by investing in research and advocacy, making informed policy recommendations, and bringing together the public and private sectors to share knowledge and create and invest in innovative technologies. In this groundbreaking approach for a venture capital firm, Paladin is leveraging its global reach and deep bench of experts to marshal international stakeholders to identify and mitigate cyber, AI, and deep tech risks.
“For more than two decades, Paladin Capital Group has identified and invested in innovative technological solutions that protect against cyber and AI threats. Now, the accelerated development of life-changing technologies such as generative AI and the evolving threat landscape demand a global, collaborative, and innovative approach to protecting public and private sector entities alike from cyber, AI, and other advanced technology risks,” said Michael Steed, Founder and Managing Partner of Paladin Capital Group. “The Paladin Global Institute will build on our successful investment track record and leverage our network of cutting-edge thought leaders and policy experts to focus global attention and resources on protecting people and technology from advanced threats.”
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