Rezilion, a ST. Charles, MO- and Be’Er Sheva, Israel-based cyber startup focused on automation of DevSecOps, raised $30m in Series A funding.
The round was led by Guggenheim Investments with participation from JVP and Kindred Capital and luminaries from Google, Microsoft, CrowdStrike, IBM, Cisco, PayPal, JP Morgan Chase, Nasdaq, eBay, Symantec, RedHat, RSA and Tenable.
The company intends to use the funds to:
- scale its go-to-market approach, partnering with other DevSecOps solution providers as well as growing operations to expand its customer base across the US and Europe, and
- develop the product to further close the gap between security and engineering.
Led by Liran Tancman, co-founder and CEO, and Shlomi Boutnaru, co-founder and CTO, Rezilion provides DevOps teams with a solution that reduces the amount of security work required to release new digital products while keeping software environments secure.
Powered by proprietary Unison workload composition analysis technology, the platform creates a comprehensive, dynamic model of all the code across companies’ cloud workloads and applications. It automatically creates a full software bill-of-materials, and then reverse-engineers every piece of code in the environment, understanding its function and tracking its status and interactions. Backed by this central knowledge base, security and engineering teams can automatically manage the back-and forth exchange of enhancing and securing a software environment.