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Centrica, Liberty Media, Shlomo Kramer Back Cybersecurity Startup Indegy

Tel Aviv-based Indegy provides cybersecurity technology for industrial control systems for manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, energy, and water companies

Hagar Ravet 10:0028.08.18

Tel Aviv-based cybersecurity company Indegy Ltd. closed an $18 million Series B, the company announced Tuesday. The round was led by Liberty Technology Venture Capital, a subsidiary of American media company Liberty Media Corporation, with the participation of new and existing investors Shlomo Kramer, British multinational energy and services company Centrica PLC, Magma Venture Partners, Vertex Ventures, and Aspect Ventures.

 

Founded in 2014, Indegy provides cybersecurity technology for industrial control systems for manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, energy, and water companies. The current round brings Indegy’s total equity funding to $36 million.

 

Indegy stated the investment will be used for global growth and expansion.

 

Indegy co-founders Barak Perelman (left), Ido Trivizki and Mille Gandelsman. Photo: Arthur Landa Indegy co-founders Barak Perelman (left), Ido Trivizki and Mille Gandelsman. Photo: Arthur Landa

 

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