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- 💰 Security, Funded #3
💰 Security, Funded #3
The Security, Funded newsletter issue #3 - Cybersecurity funding and M&A news from the week of July 19th, 2021.
9 companies raised $211.3M
$100.0M for Supply Chain Security
$33.0M for Risk Management
$30.0M for Threat Detection
$27.0M for Passwordless Authentication
$18.8M for Vulnerability Management
$2.5M for IoT Security
An undisclosed amount for Security Awareness
An undisclosed amount for Hardware Security
An undisclosed amount for API Security
Interos, a risk management and supply chain monitoring platform, raised a $100.0M Series C.
Safe Security, a cyber risk management startup that helps organizations mitigate cyber risk in real-time, raised a $33.0M Series B.
DNSFilter , an AI-driven DNS threat protection platform, raised a $30.0M Series A.
Magic, an extensible passwordless authentication platform for developers, raised a $27.0M Series A.
YesWeHack, a crowdsourced bug bounty and vulnerability disclosure platform, raised a $18.8M Series B.
SynSaber, an industrial controls systems asset and network security monitoring solution, raised a $2.5M Seed.
Corsha, an API security platform focusing on zero-trust machine-to-machine communications, raised an undisclosed Grant round.
Ninjio, a security awareness training solution that uses micro-learning videos, raised an undisclosed Private Equity round.
Kameleon Security, a developer of hardware-based proactive and polymorphic security semiconductors, raised an undisclosed Corporate Round.
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