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Aqua Security becomes a unicorn after the close of its Series...

Cybersecurity platform Aqua Security has closed its Series E round on $135m, putting its valuation at more than $1bn.

Latin America and teen-focused FinTech services are coming of age as...

Last week’s 32 FinTech rounds highlight how Latin America is exploding with new activity, how open banking has nudged closer to being fully adopted across Europe and the rising popularity of teen-focused ventures.

Silverfort nets $30m in its Series B as remote working boosts...

Silverfort, a proxyless authentication platform, has netted $30m in its Series B round, which will help it meet rising customer demand.

Six recent investment rounds that seemingly show that Covid-19 could be...

As Covid-19 continues to sweep across the globe, a whole other type of virus might be boosting the strength of the cybersecurity sector.

Aqua Security secures $30m in its Series D round after strong...

Cybersecurity company Aqua Security has netted $30m in its Series D round The investment was led by Greenspring Associates, with support also coming from Insight...

VC-backed cybersecurity pair picked up by Palo Alto Networks

Venture capital-backed cybersecurity businesses Twistlock and PureSec have been bought by trade player Palo Alto Networks, with the first of the two selling for $410m.

Aqua Security receives $62m in Series C

Serverless and cloud native application security platform Aqua Security has received $62m in its Series C round of funding.

PureSec collects $7m to protect serverless apps

PureSec, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based serverless security company, has raised $7m in series A funding.

Silverfort brings in $11.5m for multi-factor authentication platform

Silverfort, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based multi-factor authentication provider, has raised $11.5m in Series A funding.

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