ZecOps, a San Francisco, CA-based stealth mode cyber security startup, closed a $3.5m in seed funding.
The round was led by KPN Ventures, with participation from Evolution Equity Partners, Plug and Play Silicon Valley, WISE Ventures, Array Ventures, and angel investors.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate its growth plans. Following this seed, ZecOps will launch its products for general availability.
Started in July 2017 by Zuk Avraham and his wife & co-founder Taly Slachevsky, ZecOps is a stealth mode cybersecurity automation company which learns from attackers mistakes with the goal of discovering the course of action and objectives of entire campaign, burn the threat actors exploits & persistence mechanisms and increase the attackers campaign costs for targeting a protected company.
The products gained traction during its first year, while still in stealth-mode, with customers from the technology, finance and telecom segments.
The company has R&D based in Tel Aviv, Israel.
This article provided by NewsEdge.