19 October 2018 - 10 Heshvan 5779 - י' חשון ה' אלפים תשע"ט
Japan’s Softbank invests in Dome9 Security E-mail

Israeli cloud infrastructure security Dome9 Security recently announced the close of a US$16.5 million Series C financing round, led by a new investor Japan’s SoftBank Corp.

Existing investors also participated in the round, bringing the total funding raised by Dome9 to US$29 million. Previous investors include Opus Capital, JRR Partners, JAL Ventures and Lazarus Israel Opportunity Fund. The funds will be used to boost global business growth fuelled by strong traction in the enterprise market.

As part of the agreement, SoftBank will be the leading distributor of the Dome9 Arc cloud infrastructure security platform in the Japanese market, enabling organisations running workloads in cloud environments to manage security, compliance and governance efficiently.

The company is now headquartered in Mountain View, California, and its development centre, with 50 employees, is in Tel Aviv. CEO Zohar Alon and CTO Roy Feintuch founded the company in 2011.

The Dome9 Arc SaaS platform allows customers to simplify security operations and speed up compliance in their public and multi-cloud environments.

Dome9 Arc is the only cloud security solution to offer native, API-enabled integration with Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and the Google Cloud Platform (GCP), as well as an agent-based approach that extends the Dome9 platform to other public clouds and onpremises cloud deployments.

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