Cybersecurity Startup Intezer Raises $15 Million
Intezer develops technology that analyzes code on cloud software to detect malware
Cybersecurity startup Intezer Labs Ltd. has raised a $15 million series B funding round, the company announced Tuesday. The round was led by Boston-based OpenView Venture Partners, with participation from existing investors Intel Capital, Tel Aviv-based venture firm Magma Partners, Samsung NEXT, and Alon Cohen, founder and former CEO of information security company CyberArk Software Ltd.
Founded in 2015 and based in New York and Tel-Aviv, Intezer develops technology that analyzes code on cloud software to detect malware. The company has raised $27 million to date, according to the company’s statement.