Cyberstarts

Investor type Venture Capital
Founders Gili Raanan

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Total investments 19
Average round size
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The average size of a deal this fund participated in
$84M
Portfolio companies 9
Rounds per year 4.75
Lead investments 0
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0.53
Exits 1
Key employees Soon
Stages of investment
Seed

Areas of investment

  • Cyber Security
  • Software
  • Cloud Security
  • Information Technology
  • Network Security

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Notable deals

CompanyIndustryRound SizeDateInvestorsLocation

Noname Security

Cloud Security
Network Security
Software
$135M15 Dec 2021 Palo Alto, California, United States

Dazz

Cyber Security
Information Technology
$50M14 Dec 2021 Palo Alto, California, United States

Wiz

Cloud Security
Cyber Security
Enterprise Software
Security
$250M11 Oct 2021 Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District, Israel

Noname Security

Cloud Security
Network Security
Software
$60M30 Jun 2021 Palo Alto, California, United States

Transmit Security

Cyber Security
Fraud Detection
Identity Management
Information Technology
Security
$543M22 Jun 2021 Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Axis Security

Cloud Security
Cyber Security
Information Technology
Network Security
Software
$50M22 Mar 2021 California, United States

Fireblocks

Blockchain
Computer
Cyber Security
Digital Media
$133M18 Mar 2021 New York, New York, United States

Wiz

Cloud Security
Cyber Security
Enterprise Software
Security
$130M17 Mar 2021 Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District, Israel

Noname Security

Cloud Security
Network Security
Software
$25M15 Dec 2020 Palo Alto, California, United States
News
Transmit Security Announces Citi Ventures and Goldman Sachs Asset Management as Additional Investors on Its Record-setting $543 Million Series A Funding Round

– Transmit Security announced that Citi Ventures and the Goldman Sachs have joined the company’s most recent $543m Series A funding round, setting a new record in investment history as the largest Series A investment in cybersecurity.
– The Series A round was led by Insight Partners and General Atlantic with additional investment from Cyberstarts, Geodesic, SYN Ventures, Vintage, and Artisanal Ventures.
– Previously bootstrapped, Transmit Security’s Series A funding round brings the company’s pre-money valuation to $2.2bn.
– Transmit Security will use the funding to increase the company’s global reach, expand its operations, and accelerate the company’s mission to help the world go passwordless.

Noname Security nabs $60M to protect APIs

– Noname Security, a cybersecurity platform that allows enterprises to manage APIs, closed a $60m series B funding round led by Insight Partners, with Next47, Forgepoint, TSG, Cyberstarts, and Lightspeed Venture Partners participating.
– It brings the company’s total raised to $85m and will be used to scale Noname’s go-to-market and customer success efforts as well as its product and R&D teams.
– APIs, the connectors that clouds and apps use to communicate with each other, will become the cyberattacker’s target of choice, according to Gartner. The analyst firm predicts that by 2022, API attacks will be the most frequent attack vector across the enterprise.
– API vulnerabilities can take many forms, from a developer’s forgotten side project to a software interface improperly configured.

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