ThreatSwitch has raised $478,000 in private-equity funding toward its $1.15 million goal. Five investors participated, each meeting the mandatory minimum of $25,000. If the company meets its goal, $50,000 of funds raised will be used to pay founder and CEO John Dillard, who worked as an officer in the Navy and the CIA before founding the company in 2016. ThreatSwitch provides software to help enterprises maintain compliance with federal regulations. The platform includes programs for building compliant programs, managing and reporting, tracking employee training, and preparing for inspections. It pays for itself by staying up-to-date with changing standards, two current concerns being new insider threat rules and changing inspection requirements. The platform also provides cybersecurity compliant with federal regulations. It is designed to be easy-to-use, ready to run, “out of the box,” with no training required. Even so, a support team of security managers is retained, just a click away, for consultation.