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Anyone can be anyone on social networks. It’s part of the allure of sites like Facebook and Twitter. They enable self-expression, but increasingly the ability to assume any identity online is being used by hackers to get sensitive data from consumers and businesses. Looking to address that threat, Baltimore-based ZeroFOX has launched with $11 million in financing led by NEA and including a who’s-who of some of the best and brightest security technologists.

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