The Aqua Cloud Native Security Platform secures individual containers from the time they are first developed all the way though when they land in a production environment. It uses an inherent advantage of containers, the fact that they are always highly specialized for their jobs, to create a cybersecurity structure based on whitelisting.
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According to Crunchbase data, Israeli startups have made great capital strides in this category in Q1 2019: at least 13 companies, mostly seed and early stage, have raised more than $196 million in 2019 to date. Those results include Tel Aviv-based cloud security company Aqua Security, which raised $62 million in a Series C led by Insight Venture Partners […]
“Our customers are all taking very dramatic steps towards adoption of those new technologies, and they know that existing security tools that they have in place will not solve the problems,” Davidoff told TechCrunch. He said that most customers have started small, but then have expanded as container adoption increases. You may think that an […]
Led by Insight Partners, the investment round will enable Aqua to expand its platform and market presence, addressing the growing need to secure microservices applications running on containers and serverless infrastructure Boston, MA and Tel Aviv, Israel – 3 April 2019 – Aqua Security, the market leader in protecting container-based, serverless and cloud native applications, […]
Tel Aviv-based virtual container security startup Aqua Security Software Ltd. completed a $62 million funding round, the company announced Wednesday.
U.S.-Israeli cybersecurity firm Aqua Security said on Wednesday it raised $62 million in a funding round led by Insight Partners, bringing the company’s total venture funding to more than $100 million