SOC Infrastructure Firm Cyrebro Raises USD 40 Million


Cyrebro, a startup providing security operations center (SOC) infrastructure, announced this week that it had secured USD 40 million in Series C funding, bringing its total funding to USD 61 million.

Koch Disruptive Technologies (KDT) and Elaia were the driving forces behind the new funding round, which also included contributions from prior backers Bank Mizrachi, InCapital Group, Mangrove Capital Partners, and Prytek. The Tel Aviv-based business, which was founded in 2013, offers businesses a plug-and-play managed SOC platform with full visibility into assets and security events, threat identification, and threat mitigation capabilities to help them strengthen their overall security posture.

The product has a wide range of functionality, from threat intelligence and hunting to continuous monitoring, forensic investigation, and incident response.

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