Israeli startup Zimperium gets funding from Japan’s Softbank Print

Israeli cyber security company Zimperium Inc. has announced that it has raised US$15 million from Japan’s Softbank, according to Zimperium VP Marketing Maryvonne Tubb.

Zimperium, which provides a mobile threat-management platform to deliver continuous and real-time cyber threat protection for mobile devices and applications, raised US$25 million in Series C funding last year from Warburg Pincus, Sierra Ventures, Telstra Ventures and Lazarus Israel Opportunities Fund LLLP. With the investment from Softbank, Zimperium has raised a total of US$60 million.

Zimperium, which is headquartered in San Francisco and has offices in Tel Aviv, was founded in 2010 by CTO Zuk Avraham and CRO Elia Yehuda.

(Issue Apr 2017)