Cymulate Raises $3 Million in Series A Funding to Expand Cyber Attack Simulation Business
Israel-based cybersecurity startup Cymulate announced on Friday that it has raised $3 million through a Series A round of financing led by investment firm Susquehanna Growth Equity.
Founded by Eyal Wachsman and Avihai Bar Yosef, the Israel-based company offers a cloud-based cyber attack simulation platform that helps organizations assess the security of various systems, such as email, Windows Domain Network configurations, web servers, web traffic, and more.
“Through a game-changing combination of offensive/defensive security and SaaS platform, Cymulate helps organizations expose critical vulnerabilities in their security infrastructure before an actual attack take place,” the company explains.
Customers can run a one-time security assessment for $9,999, with other plans available for enterprise customers and service providers.