Sunday Security exits stealth with $4m

Sunday Security, an Israeli startup that claims to revolutionse cybersecurity for the enterprise, has exited stealth with $4m in seed funding.

The round was led by MoreVC, with participation from renowned security executives and serial entrepreneurs including John Donovan, former CEO at AT&T and chairman of the President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee; Amit Singh, CBO, Palo Alto Networks ; Shailesh Rao, president, Global Go-To-Market at PANW; Tom Kemp, founder and former CEO at Centrify and more industry leaders.

Founded by security veterans Zack Ganot, CEO and Shaked Barkan, CTO, Sunday Security defends key personnel from attacks on their personal security, including online accounts, their devices, and identity fraud.

Sunday Security said as executives are increasingly targeted by hackers as a means of penetrating the enterprise, Sunday’s Personal Cybersecurity stands to protect everything private and personal in digital worlds.

Tom Kemp, former CEO at Centrify, said, “Sunday’s innovative solution is attempting to reimagine the relationship between consumer and enterprise cybersecurity. Currently, there’s a painful informational gap between personal and corporate identities and bridging it would create a new level of protection for both the individuals and the enterprise they represent, as well as a new category in the market — enterprise-grade personal cybersecurity.”

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