Israeli business SeeMetrics has received seed investment to develop technologies that would assist cybersecurity teams in measuring, tracking, and simplifying programme operations. The start-up has received 6 million USD in early investment from Jonathan Legh’s Work-Bench venture capital firm. 8VC, AGP, Essence VC, K5 Global, and Verissimo are among the other investors.
SeeMetrics bills itself as a security portfolio management tool that brings together all metric data from throughout the company, allowing security teams to track portfolio performance and efficiency.
The company’s performance management platform claims a centralised look into all security systems, as well as maturity analysis for measuring a security programme against industry benchmarks and standards.