Tom Weithman formed CIT GAP Funds in 2005, which has gained national recognition as one of the nation's most active early-stage venture funds and a premier provider of capital to cybersecurity startups. CIT GAP Funds has provided early funding to early-stage cybersecurity companies, including Invincea (acquired by Sophos), ADI (acquired by Silicom), SpydrSafe (acquired by Okta), and 4Front Security (acquired by Symantec). CIT GAP Funds' active cybersecurity portfolio includes Distil Networks, DivvyCloud, ID.me, PFP Cybersecurity, and ThreatQuotient. As a founder of the MACH37 cyber accelerator, Weithman also brings 12 years of early-stage and cybersecurity investment experience. Through MACH37, Weithman has funded 50+ seed-stage cybersecurity companies.