Intezer Raises $8M in Series A Funding
October 2017 by Marc Jacob
Intezer, a cyber security startup focusing on malware analysis and detection, announced it has raised $8 million in series A.
The funding round was led by Intel Capital with co-investors Magma and Samung NEXT. This round will be used to expand the company’s global sales efforts and open new opportunities in targeted markets.
By replicating the concepts of the biological immune system to cyber security, Intezer provides enterprises with unparalleled detection against advanced threats, in addition to significantly improving incident response.
Intel Capital and Magma are joining Samsung NEXT and Alon Cohen (founder and former CEO of CyberArk) as current investors.
Intezer’s technology has already shown success in tracing major global cyber security threats. It has already provided crucial insights to its customers and the security community by detecting code similarities in the latest high profile attacks such as WannaCry, Turla and NotPetya.