Armis, a Palo Alto, CA-based enterprise IoT security company, rasied $17m in funding.
Backers included Sequoia Capital, Tenaya Capital, Zohar Zisapel, René Bonvanie, and Mickey Boodaei.
Founded in late 2015 by Yevgeny Dibrov, CEO, Armis provides an agentless IoT security platform that lets enterprises see and control compromised and unmanaged devices and rogue networks via a complete view into activity and threats.
The solution integrates with existing IT infrastructure and gives businesses visibility into and management over any device, whether on or off the corporate network.
The company also has an office in Tel Aviv.
Dibrov was on the executive team at Adallom, which was acquired by Microsoft in 2015. He served with co-founder and CTO Nadir Izrael in the selective Unit 8200 of the Israeli Defense Forces, whose alumni also founded Check Point, Waze (acquired by Google) and Wix.