Cybersecurity Startup Intezer Raises $15 Million
Intezer develops technology that analyzes code on cloud software to detect malware
Cybersecurity startup Intezer Labs Ltd. has raised a $15 million series B funding round, the company announced Tuesday. The round was led by Boston-based OpenView Venture Partners, with participation from existing investors Intel Capital, Tel Aviv-based venture firm Magma Partners, Samsung NEXT, and Alon Cohen, founder and former CEO of information security company CyberArk Software Ltd.Founded in 2015 and based in New York and Tel-Aviv, Intezer develops technology that analyzes code on cloud software to detect malware. The company has raised $27 million to date, according to the company’s statement.