Israeli cloud security startup Mitiga gets $7 million in seed funding for incident response tech stack and service
Israeli cloud security startup Mitiga has raised $7 million in seed funding to scale its ‘incident response’ (IR) technology and service.
The round was joined by Clearsky Security, Glilot Capital, Flint Capital, Rain Capital and DNX Ventures.
The company has created an incident readiness and response tech stack, which is customised to each client’s organisation.
Parnes, the Chief Engineering Officer, is a retired colonel of Israel’s 8200 Cyber Unit, which won the Israel Defense Prize.
The team of 18 works in Tel Aviv as well as other offices in London and New York City.
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