Mobile security company Skycure is looking at a wider international launch for its apps and platform, after securing $16.5m in a new funding round, taking its total to more than $27m. Skycure produces apps for Android and iOS, along with a console to manage devices, deployed either on a PC or over the cloud.
Skycure has raised $16.5m in new funding
Adi Sharabani, CEO of Skycure, said:
“We’re in the midst of a massive security revolution driven by tiny. Mobile is the biggest challenge to enterprise security today and it requires vastly different considerations than desktop, network, or even cloud security.”
Skycure wants to reach a customer base of 1,000, and is targeting new business in Europe, Africa, Asia-Pacific, and West Asia. Its mobile defense platform, aimed primarily at enterprise customers, is more efficient than ever, scanning five times as many apps and monitoring ten times the amount of networks than it did in 2015.
Visit Skycure’s website here for more information.