Neil Daswani, a former Google security product manager, has launched his own stealthy internet security company called Dasient. And the San Jose, Calif. company just announced $1.34 million of an expected $1.87 million in seed funding from Maples Investments, according to VentureWire. Prospective users can sign up for its private beta on Dasient’s web site — that’s all the information it currently makes available.

Daswani previously worked at DoCoMo USA Labs and directed wireless technology at Yodlee. His Dasient co-founder, Ammet Ranadive, came from Danoo, where he served as senior director of product management.