IronScales Solicits $6.5 Million in Series A Funding

Tel Aviv-located anti-phishing business IronScales has solicited $6.5 million in Series A sponsoring, bringing complete equity sponsoring to over $8 million.

IronScales has had constant double-digit progress over the last 3 years and has financed immensely in its incident response, danger detection, and risk information sharing skills. The business has lately been ranked as among the best ten firms to observe by Momentum Partners and is presently increasing its tasks and increasing international sales of its anti-phishing solutions. The latest financing round will assist to stimulate that growth more.

The latest financing round was managed by K1 Investment Administration LLC, a private equity company located in LA. Rafael Radical Defense Systems Ltd., as well as Elron Electronic Industries Ltd., also took part in the financing round.

Managing Partner of K1, Hasan Askari said, “IronScales’ exclusive method of phishing discovery and rectification specifically boomed with the K1 group, and we [are] looking ahead to investing our past experience in joining with expanding safety businesses as the firm reinforces its position in a quickly developing market.”

IronScales was created in 2013 and has quickly become the main player in the arena of phishing detection, prevention, and protection. The company’s technology blends artificial intelligence with human intelligence. The technology reacts to sophisticated and advanced phishing dangers, with the system becoming constantly smarter.

IronScales is presently increasing its international client base. The firm plans to utilize the financing, partly, to increase its global footmark. This year the Israeli company merged forces with four channel partners in the United Kingdom, and IronScales will be going into the US marketplace following year.

A new area office will be opened in Atlanta in the 1st quarter of 2018 which will help the North American marketplace. IronScales’ Vice President of promoting will be going to the new Atlanta bureau, and the company intends to generate 10-15 new marketing posts in the new place. Some finances from the Series A round will be directed to research and development. The R&D department will continue at its center in Raanana.