Six months after its last round, the Israeli startup Lightspin, founded by security experts and white hat hackers, announces the completion of a $ 16 million Series A. The round was led by Dell Technologies Capital with the participation of the existing investor Ibex Investors.
“Receiving this recognition from Dell Technologies Capital, an outstanding investor in startups that are revolutionizing the cloud security space such as Zscaler, Netskope, Twistlock and Redlock, and Ibex Investors, who have invested in Dome9, is a strong endorsement for the innovative approach of Lightspin. “, said Vladi Sandler, CEO and co-founder of Lightspin.
The “white hats” secure your cloud
The Light rotation Platform – founded by security experts and white hats – enables cloud security teams to identify, prioritize, and fix security issues during configuration. Lightspin has developed a contextual cloud security platform for cloud-native First and Kubernetes environments. The platform provides a full contextual view of all cloud assets and relationships, maps potential attack paths, and prioritizes and fixes the most critical security issues from build to runtime.
Nicole Priel, Partner at Ibex Investors, said, “Lightspin has shown exceptional growth and technical innovation using graphics-based algorithms to effectively protect cloud and Kubernetes environments while relieving security owners from alarm fatigue. We look forward to continuing to support Lightspin on its way to deliver real added value to customers while maintaining an open source repository for the wider community. ”
The Israeli startup, founded in 2020, has raised $ 20 million to date. The company employs a highly diversified staff of 20 people, spread across offices in the USA and Israel. The company was recognized for its efforts to close the gender gap. Among his clients we find more than a few Fortune 500 companies and Israeli startup powerhouses – including Rapyd, Gett, Imperva and a number of FinTech unicorns.