Singapore Startup Secures $5.5 Mn To Help Companies From Cyber Attack


CYFIRMA, a Singapore-based cybersecurity startup, has raised $5.5 million in a Pre-Series B funding round led by Israel’s OurCrowd and India’s L&T Innovation Fund, with participation from existing investors Goldman Sachs, Zodius Capital, and Z3 Partners. The company plans to use the funds to invest in product innovation, hiring across various verticals, brand development, and expansion in North America, Europe, the MENA region, and the SEA market. CYFIRMA uses cloud-based AI and ML-powered analytics to provide deep insights into the external cyber landscape and help clients stay alert about a possible attack. Last year, SafeHouse Tech, another cybersecurity startup, raised $6 million in Pre-Series A funding, and Secure Blink also raised an undisclosed amount of funding.

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