Israel’s role in the global cybersecurity sector has been touted many times by local and international technology experts.

Now, a new interactive map is giving interested parties an unprecedented behind-the-scenes view of the growing industry.

Israeli startup Weave released the interactive map — showing venture-backed cyber-technology startups and their ties to funds – at the 2016 International Cybertech Conference in Tel Aviv.

Hundreds of delegations from across the globe are in town for the January 26-27 event, said to be the second-largest exhibition of cyber technologies worldwide.

“The map gives the user an overview of the industry. The user can see the importance of the chief scientist, as well as the positions of other players in the industry. The map shows 173 companies backed by VCs and other major investors, ” says Weave CEO Or Riegler.

Users can click on “investors” or “companies” and find out all about the startup’s history, including when it was founded, who is funding it, and the sub-sector of cyber security it addresses.

The map went live alongside a new report on the Israeli cyber industry released by the IVC research center that presents information about leading investors in cyber security, an overview of active companies by stage and annual growth rate, a case study of multinational corporations and cyber exits in the field.