Mitiga, the cloud and SaaS incident response leader, today announced the completion of a Series A Round bringing total funding to $45 million led by ClearSky Security, with participation from Samsung Next and existing investors Blackstone, Atlantic Bridge and DNX.
Cybersecurity veteran brings 30+ years of cybersecurity experience, building companies and M&A, most recently selling to Google for $5.4B.
Whether we were in the our exhibitor booth at RSA Conference, at the W Hotel for daily Happy Hour and Coffee Time socials, or in conversations following Thursday’s "It's Getting Real and Hitting the Fan! Real World Cloud Attacks” presentation by Ofer Maor, our co-founder and CTO, the energy was off the charts and the one-to-one exchanges rewarding.
Mitiga uncovered a widespread and well-executed Business Email Compromise (BEC) campaign in which cybercriminals are impersonating senior executives using Office 365’s email services in order to intercept sensitive communications and then alter wire transfer details and redirect funds to rogue bank accounts.
This year we had aggressive hiring goals, and the job market was extremely tight. Our HR team faced a challenge - how to hire the right people into the Mitiga team - quickly - so we could achieve our business goals for the year. This is how we did it!
Mitiga, the first cloud-based solution for Incident Readiness and Response in cloud and hybrid environments, raised $25 million in Series-A funding to completely change the traditional incident response market by supplying unlimited active incident response support for subscribers.
The Startup Pill recently recognized Mitiga in two articles highlighting exceptional startups in the cyber security industry.The publication put together a list of the 89 Best Cloud Security Startups Of 2020, and Mitiga is number nine on the list!