6/14/18 – Your dose of market news on startups, investments and much more.
Claroty, a NY-based cyber security startup whose software protects industrial control networks from cyber attacks, has raised a $60M Series B led by Temasek Holdings. Additional participants included, Bessemer Venture Partners, Envision Ventures and ICV. Claroty was founded in 2014 by Amir Zilberstein, Benny Porat and Galina Antova; their total investment to date is $92M. Learn more about Claroty here.
Dataminr, a NY-based enterprise software startup whose platform utilizes AI technology to discover events and analyze data about their impact, has raised a $221M PE round. Dataminr’s investors include IVP, Goldman Sachs and Wellington Management. Dataminr was founded in 2009 by Jeff Kinsey and Ted Bailey; their total investment to date is $406.5M. Learn more about Dataminr here.
Obligo, a NY-based fintech startup whose platform is revolutionizing the transactional experiences between tenants and their respective landlords, has raised a $5M seed led by 83North. Additional participants included HFZ Capital Group and Entree Capital. Obligo was founded in 2017 by Omri Dor and Roey Dor; their total investment to date is $7M. Learn more about Obligo here.
BROOKLYN TECH WEEK 2018, The Digital Transformation: The impact of BIG DATA on AI, IoT, AR/VR, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency.