Cybersecurity workflow and productivity startup Seemplicity has emerged from stealth mode after raising a total of $32 million in seed and Series A funding.
After completing a $6 million seed round led by S Capital, the company managed to raise $26 million in a Series A funding round led by Glilot Capital Partners’ early growth fund Glilot+, with participation from existing investors S Capital and Rain Capital, and new investors Atlantic Bridge and NTTVC.
The Tel Aviv-based Seemplicity offers a productivity platform designed to aggregate and orchestrate signals from multiple security tools and generate a single security backlog.
The platform helps security teams automate risk reduction workflows, while reducing time wasted on manual operations by up to 80%, the company claims.
Seemplicity already serves more than 20 customers worldwide, including Fortune 500 companies.
“By streamlining the operational element of cybersecurity and building a dynamic, real-time bridge between security and remediation teams, Seemplicity enables organizations to both significantly improve their cyber risk posture and address their ever-increasing workloads,” said Lior Litwak, Managing Partner of Glilot+.
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