Cyberpion nets $27m in early-stage funding

Cyberpion, an attack surface management specialist, has raked in $27m from a Series A funding round led by U.S Venture Partners.

Also taking part in the investment were existing investors such as Team8 Capital and Hyperwise Ventures. To date, Cyberpion has raised a total of $35m.

Headquartered in Tel Aviv, Cyberpoin has developed a platform the iterates through every connection, link, code embed and DNS reference to build a complete risk assessment for a user’s PKI, TLS, Cloud, DNS, and web connections.

According to Security Week, Cyberpion emerged from stealth less than two years with technology promising to help enterprise defenders with an extensive inventory of digital assets and tools to manage security assessments on a continuous basis.

Cyberpion said it would use the new funding to double its employee headcount in engineering, research and sales.

Cyberpion co-founder and CEO Nethanel Gelernter said, “External attack surface management has been clearly established as a cybersecurity domain since we emerged from stealth 18 months ago.

“We’ve simplified a complex task of helping enterprises reduce the risk exposure derived from the unknown and uncontrolled by mitigating vulnerabilities across the entire digital supply chain.”

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