Hunters Raises $68M in Series C Funding

Uri May, CEO & co-founder of Hunters
Uri May, CEO & co-founder of Hunters

Hunters, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based provider of a SOC Platform that allows security teams to automatically identify and respond to security incidents across their entire attack surface, raised $68m in Series C funding.

The round, which brought total funding to $118m, was led by Stripes with participation from new investors DTCP, Cisco Investments and Databricks, and existing investors YL Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, Microsoft’s venture fund M12, U.S. Venture Partners, Blumberg Capital and Snowflake Ventures.

The company intends to use the funds to further innovate in its platform and services, to strengthen sales and partnerships across North America and EMEA and to continue to invest in talent.

Led by Uri May, CEO and co-founder, Hunters provides a SOC Platform that empowers security teams to automatically identify and respond to incidents that matter across the entire attack surface. Hunters has the ability to ingest and normalize data from all security data sources at a predictable cost and Its built-in detection engineering, data correlation and automatic investigation helps security teams overcome volume, complexity and false positives. Global enterprises, including leading Fortune 500 companies in financial services, media, retail and manufacturing use it as their main SOC platform, replacing their SIEM.

The list of users includes companies like, Snowflake, Netgear and Cimpress.