Aorato Raises $1M from Glilot Capital

Aorato, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based cyber security startup, has raised $1m in funding from Israeli venture fund Glilot Capital.

Founded in 2011 and managed by IT security veteran Idan Plotnik (CEO), Ohad Plotnik (VP Professional Services) and Michael Dolinsky (VP R&D), Aorato devolops a technology – Context-Aware Behavioral Application Firewall (CBAF) – that provides protection to enterprise resources from advanced cyber attacks by analyzing enterprise surrounding with special attention to business data, entities, and behavioral activities of the network or applications.
The first implementation of the technology solution is DAF.

In conjunction with the funding, Kobi Samboursky and Arik Kleinstien, co-founders of Glilot, joined the board of the company.

Glilot Capital invests in early stage Israeli hi-tech startups in the fields of Cyber Security, software and internet. To date, the firm has invested in 4 companies.



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