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[FUNDING-NEWS] Israel-Based Token Security Secures $7 Million in Seed Funding

Token Security, a machine-first identity security platform provider with headquarters in Tel Aviv, Israel, revealed $7 million in seed funding.

Token Security, a machine-first identity security platform provider with headquarters in Tel Aviv, Israel, revealed $7 million in seed funding.

Leading the round were SNR and TLV Partners, together with many angel investors, among them Shlomo Kramer, one of the pioneers of Israeli cybersecurity.

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Token Security is a machine-first identity security platform supplier that helps reduce security risk while preserving development velocity. It is led by CEO Itamar Apelblat and CTO Ido Shlomo. The system prioritises danger detection, evaluates and extracts context from data, and integrates with the current infrastructure.

All of the main infrastructure platforms, including AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, Kubernetes, and Snowflake, are supported by Token Security. The platform also interacts with source code repositories, secrets managers, and identity providers, utilising extra data for context analysis without interfering with developer workflows.

Mid-market to Fortune 500 FinTech, Cybersecurity, InsurTech, and eCommerce organisations are already working with Token Security.

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The identity landscape has undergone significant change, encompassing not just human identities but also those of machines, services, and workloads, hence increasing the complexity of the attack surface available to cybercriminals. For this reason, a human-centric strategy is insufficient today.

Token makes sure your company is fully protected against all identity-based attacks, whether human and non-human, by putting the machines being accessed first.

About Token Security

Token Security begins by safeguarding the identities of those who access your machines, both human and non-human.

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