Zenity, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based governance and cybersecurity platform for Low-Code/No-Code applications, exited stealth mode with a $5m seed funding round.
The round was led by Vertex Ventures and UpWest with participation from top executives such as the former CISO of Google, Gerhard Eschelbeck, and former CIO of SuccessFactors, Tom Fisher.
The company intends to use the funds to expand R&D, product, marketing operation, and customer acquisition activities.
Led by Ben Kliger, CEO, and Michael Bargury, CTO, Zenity provides a governance and cybersecurity platform for businesses to promote citizen development and adopt Low-Code/No-Code platforms while avoiding critical data exfiltration or disruption to business continuity. Already working with Fortune 500 companies, the system continuously scans every application component identifying security policy violations. This can include vulnerabilities, such as risky 3rd-party components and exfiltration and manipulation threats, including supply chain attacks.