- Cymulate, a leading SaaS-based Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) platform company, announced it raised $15 million in funding led by Vertex Growth Fund
Cymulate — a leading SaaS-based Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) platform company — announced it has raised $15 million in funding led by Vertex Growth Fund. The investment arm of Vertex Ventures Israel, Dell Technologies Capital and Susquehanna Growth Equity (SGE) also joined the funding round. Including this round of funding, Cymulate has raised $26 million to date, including seed investment from Eyal Gruner.
By overtaking manual, periodic penetration testing and red teaming, BAS is becoming the most effective method to prepare and predict for oncoming attacks. And security professionals realize that to cope with evolving attackers, a continuous and automated solution is essential to ensure optimal security non-stop. As the leader in this space, Cymulate’s funding will be invested to fuel further growth in the US, expanding sales, marketing, and operational support to broaden the customer base. Plus the company plans to broaden its approach beyond BAS by offering end-to-end security testing platform for the entire digital estate of organizations, incorporating on-prem, cloud, IoT and beyond.
“Our simple and automated approach to security testing is quickly gaining ground with companies of all sizes due to its ease of use and its ability to optimize the ever-changing IT security environment at any given moment,” said Cymulate CEO Eyal Wachsman. “We’ve enjoyed an exceptionally strong growth period during the past few months and we therefore decided to pre-empt with another round of funding shortly after our Series A in order to leverage on the strong market adoption with additional resources to accelerate our expansion. We’re delighted that Vertex Growth has joined as an investor and that our recent success has been recognized by our current funding partners who continue to show their commitment and belief in our technology.”
Cymulate’s SaaS-based BAS platform plays a critical role in empowering organizations to automatically assess and improve their overall security posture. And simulations of the latest threats in the wild test an organization’s security defenses and controls, across the entire kill chain of attack vectors and APT attack configurations. Plus Simulations can be run on-demand or scheduled to run at regular intervals. Within minutes, the platform provides specific, actionable insights and data on where a company’s network is vulnerable, highlighting security gaps and mitigation procedures.
“Within the new and exciting Automated Breach and Attack Simulation space, Cymulate’s solution stands out as highly intuitive and comprehensive. The platform’s ability to effectively test the security controls of a company’s networks allows CISOs to easily assess their cybersecurity posture anytime and automatically, something that companies serious about cybersecurity will readily appreciate,” added Tam Hock Chuan, Managing Director of Vertex Growth. “We look forward to working with Cymulate to expand its innovative solution globally.”
In under 3 years, Cymulate has launched its technology across the US, EMEA and Asia and also acquired commercial and enterprise customers across all verticals particularly in the financial services and healthcare sectors. Cymulate continues to develop its technology and remain at the forefront of BAS, most recently launching the industry’s first agentless APT simulation, enabling its customers to keep APT risk to a minimum hence customer retention is exceptionally high.
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