November 27, 2022
Security posture management startup Veriti has emerged from stealth mode with $18.5 million raised in two funding rounds led by Insight Partners and NFX and AMITI. Founded in 2021, the Tel Aviv-based company seeks to help organizations improve their security posture by proactively and continually hunting for and addressing security gaps and misconfigurations across the…

Security posture management startup Veriti has emerged from stealth mode with $18.5 million raised in two funding rounds led by Insight Partners and NFX and AMITI.

Founded in 2021, the Tel Aviv-based company seeks to help organizations improve their security posture by proactively and continually hunting for and addressing security gaps and misconfigurations across the entire business environment.

Veriti says it has designed its Unified Security Posture Management platform based on feedback from CISOs and IT directors from multiple industries, to provide them with visibility, monitoring, and actionable insights.

The platform integrates with an organization’s entire security stack and continuously evaluates the security posture based on data received from logs, configurations, sensors, and threat intelligence feeds.

The company plans to use the investment to increase product functionality and scale the business.

“We have created a unique security-posture management platform that helps security teams bridge the knowledge gap between their current posture and the one they can achieve while minimizing adverse impacts to business applications and the user experience,” Veriti CPO and co-founder Oren Koren said.

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