Vulcan Cyber, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based startup that is launching a continuous vulnerability remediation platform, raised $4m in seed funding.
The round was led by YL Ventures, with participation from additional cybersecurity and enterprise software investors, including Giora Yaron, Chairman of the Executive Council of Tel Aviv University. In conjunction with the funding, Vulcan Cyber’s Board.
The company is using the funds to expand operations and its development efforts.
Co-founded by Roy Horev, CTO; Yaniv Bar-Dayan, CEO; Tal Morgenstern, Chief Product Officer, Vulcan Cyber prvides a technology platform, which lets security teams gain the insight needed and take the action required to continuously eliminate exposed vulnerabilities in their production systems,
The platform aggregates data from dozens of scanning tools while its exposure analytics features deliver insight into the true risk of existing vulnerabilities in the deployed enterprise stack. Vulcan then automatically prioritizes, plans, orchestrates and validates remediation.
The Vulcan platform is currently in limited availability to qualified customers with general availability expected in late 2018.