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Cybersecurity Startup EnSilo Raises $23 Million

EnSilo’s cybersecurity tools are designed to combine antivirus and post-attack data protection to lower risk of data theft or ransom, even when the system is compromised

Meir Orbach 14:0011.07.19
Israeli cybersecurity startup EnSilo Inc. announced Thursday it has completed a $23 million funding round led by Rembrandt Venture Partners. The company has raised $57 million to date from investors including Lightspeed Venture Partners, Viola Ventures, and O.G. Tech Ventures. Founded in 2014 by CEO Roy Katmor, Udi Yavo, Tomer Bitton, and Ido Kelson, EnSilo’s cybersecurity tools are designed to combine antivirus and post-attack data protection to lower risk of data theft or ransom, even when the system is compromised. EnSilo intends to use the new funding as it expands operations in the U.S., the company said in a statement.
Roy Katmor, EnSilo CEO. Photo: PR Roy Katmor, EnSilo CEO. Photo: PR

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