Ionix, an Israeli startup in the crowded attack surface management category, has attracted $15 million in new capital to complete a $42 million Series A funding round.
The Tel Aviv company, formerly known as Cyberpion, said Maor Investments joined as a new investor alongside Hyperwise Ventures, Team8 and U.S. Venture Partners (USVP).
Ionix has raised north of $50 million since emerging from stealth in 2020 with ambitious plans to build technology with continuous attack surface management capabilities.
The company said the add-on capital will be used to expand market share and continue innovation on its flagship Ionix platform that lets security teams visualize and prioritize hundreds of attack surface threats into a manageable set of specific, actionable insights.
Ionix is one of multiple early stage startups in a crowded attack surface management space promising new technologies to combine asset discovery, asset management, patch management, shadow IT into subscription packages.