CYREBRO, an Israeli cyber security startup that develops Security Operations Center (SOC) infrastructure, raised $40 million in a Series C round of funding led by Koch Disruptive Technologies (KDT), alongside new investor Elaia.
IBM explains that a security operations center improves an organization’s threat detection, response and prevention capabilities by unifying and coordinating all cybersecurity technologies and operations. A security operations center (SOC) – sometimes called an information security operations center, or ISOC – is an in-house or outsourced team of IT security professionals that monitors an organization’s entire IT infrastructure, 24/7, to detect cybersecurity events in real time and address them as quickly and effectively as possible.
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An SOC also selects, says IBM, operates, and maintains the organization’s cybersecurity technologies, and continually analyzes threat data to find ways to improve the organization’s security posture.
CYREBRO explains that only a central cyber intelligence solution with sophisticated cross-function detection of suspicious activity can identify the exploitation of systems and processes across an organization. Only a centralized view of all cybersecurity events can provide prioritized clarity to always know what’s important and what to do about it.
Founded in 2012 by COO Dudu Jansenson and CEO Nadav Arbel as CyberHat. CYREBRO says that its mission is to “completely revolutionize cybersecurity operations by putting the power of a full-fledged Security Operations Center (SOC) in the hands of any user in any organization.” CYREBRO boasts that it has developed the industry’s first cloud-based, technology-agnostic SOC-as-a-Service platform. From strategic monitoring to proactive threat hunting, accelerated incident response, and enhanced compliance, the full scope of needs is covered.
The CYREBRO platform, says the company, enables all this without the need for investing in new solutions nor for hiring in-house or external experts. Its platform offers automatic integration with all systems and sources, instant contextual analysis and simple real-time recommendations.