enSilo Raises $23M in Series B Funding

enSilo CEO Roy Katmor (PR Photo)

Israeli cybersecurity company enSilo recently unveiled new security defenses, data visualizations and automation as part of version 4.0 of  the enSilo Endpoint Security Platform.

enSilo’s solution protects businesses from data breaches and disruption caused by cyberattacks, both pre- and post-infection with real-time automated endpoint security and orchestrated incident response.

Additionally, enSilo says it has recently closed $23 million Series B funding round, “set to dramatically expand the company’s industry-leading prevention, detection, containment, and response capabilities and drive strategic sales and marketing initiatives.”

enSilo’s latest investment round, which brings its total capital raised to more than $57 million, was led by Rembrandt Venture Partners. The company also announced an annual growth of over 250 percent in revenue, while extending its Channel Partner Program’s reach into Latin America and Asia.

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