Homeland Security Fund AWZ Invests $4.25 Million in Cyber Startup Pcysys

The technology of Israel-based Pcysys acts as a “virtual hacker” that detects and warn of system vulnerabilities.

Canada-based homeland security fund AWZ Ventures Inc. invested $4.25 million in Israel-based cybersecurity startup Pcysys Ltd., AWZ announced Monday.

Founded in 2015 by former Israeli military cybersecurity experts, Pcysys’ technology utilizes a “virtual hacker” that simulate the behavior of cyber attackers to identify system vulnerabilities. Pcysys’ product enables enterprises to implement continuous cybersecurity tests into their network. The company employs an 11-person team in Petach Tikva, east of Tel Aviv.

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2018-02-07T12:40:08+00:00February 7th, 2018|cybersecurity, Investment|0 Comments