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Mesh Security emerges from stealth with $4.5 Million in Seed Funding

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Mesh Security team (Company pic)

Mesh Security, an Israeli cyber security startup, came out of stealth mode with a $4.5 million seed funding round. Mesh says that it offers the industry’s first Zero Trust Posture Management (ZTPM) solution.

Zero Trust is a security concept based on the idea that organizations should not automatically trust anything from the outside, or even the inside, of the firm. So Zero Trust means exactly that – don’t trust anything. Hackers are everywhere at all times trying to breach your defenses.

Cyber security is more important than ever. Hackers are not only motivated by money or politics. They often just like being malicious. So even small companies need to be on their guard and be sure to properly protect their systems.

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And this also explains why cyber security companies like Flow Security are continuing to bring in the big bucks, even at a time when their fellow Startup Nations firms are making cutbacks.

In June, Mesh Security’s fellow Israeli cyber security startup Cyolo, which also develops Zero Trust solutions, raised $60 million in a Series B round.

Founded in 2020, Mesh Security boasts that it is the industry’s first complete Zero Trust Posture Management (ZTPM) SaaS platform, a single source of truth that empowers companies to implement a unified Zero Trust Architecture on top of their existing stack. Without using agents, Mesh effortlessly and seamlessly maps a company’s entire cloud XaaS estate in minutes, providing full contextual visibility and analysis of the current Zero Trust posture.

Mesh Security was founded by Netanel Azoulay and Omri Hering, who shared 15 years of experience designing resilient distributed cloud networks during their military service. They researched cybersecurity from a defensive and offensive standpoint, giving them a unique understanding of both sides of the cybersecurity landscape. Mesh was founded in early 2022 with a fast-growing team based in Tel Aviv. Working with its first customers, the company is expanding rapidly in the US and Europe.

The platform immediately prioritizes sensitive assets and critical risks and allows organizations to build automated processes to bridge any gaps that enable continuous security and compliance. Additionally, Mesh monitors anomalous activities in real-time and can automatically take action when assets might be under attack.

“You can’t just buy Zero Trust,” said Omri Hering, co-founder, and CTO of Mesh Security. “It’s a strategy, a new approach to cybersecurity. But there’s so much marketing noise around it that creates confusion among CISOs and IT leaders. Ironically, many so-called ‘Zero Trust plug-and-play’ point solutions create more complexity, silos, and blindspots that negate true Zero Trust.”



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