Claroty, a Tel Aviv, Israel- and NYC-based provider of an Operational Technology (OT) network protection platform, exited stealth mode with $32m in venture capital.
Backers included Bessemer Venture Partners, Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors, Marker LLC, ICV, Red Dot Capital Partners and Mitsui & Co., Ltd.
Co-founded by Amir Zilberstein, CEO, Benny Porat, CTO, and Nadav Zafrir, president and Team8 co-founder and CEO, Claroty is a cybersecurity startup focused on protecting industrial control systems.
The newly launched platform provides visibility into industrial control system (ICS) networks to enable organizations to discover hidden problems in OT networks, protect critical systems against cyberthreats and fix issues that impact process integrity and performance.
The company was established as part of Israeli cybersecurity foundry Team8.