Toka, a Tel Aviv, Israel—based cyber capacity-building company, raised $12.5m in seed funding.
Backers included Andreessen Horowitz, Dell Technologies Capital, Entrée Capital, Launch Capital, and Ray Rothrock, CEO of cyber analytics firm RedSeal.
Co-founded by retired Brig. Gen. Yaron Rosen, former Chief of Israel Defense Forces Cyber Staff; Alon Kantor, former Vice President of Business Development for Check Point; Kfir Waldman, former CEO of cyber and mobile companies Kayhut and Go Arc; and Ehud Barak, former Israeli Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, Toka is a cyber capacity-building company that helps design, build, and manage a tailored ecosystem of cyber capabilities and software products for governmental, law enforcement, and security agencies.
By working across strategic, operational, and tactical levels — and with deep, technical experience — Toka can address the full breadth of its clients’ defensive cybersecurity needs, including developing new technologies when required.