($17M in Series A Funding)

Cerby, a cybersecurity firm co-founded by former Google software engineer, Belsasar Lepe, has successfully raised $17 million in a Series A funding round on August 22.

The round was led by Two Sigma Ventures and included participation from a diverse range of investors including Ridge Ventures, Founders Fund, Bowery Capital, AV8 Ventures, Salesforce Ventures, Tau Ventures, Okta Ventures, Incubate Fund, and Carbon Black co-founder Ben Johnson, among others.

Why we like it: Cerby focuses on securing enterprise apps that fall outside the traditional IT purview, such as marketing and HR software. By automating essential security tasks like offboarding and two-factor authentication, Cerby integrates these “nonstandard” apps into a unified identity framework. This ensures consistent security measures across the enterprise. With plans to incorporate AI for advanced threat detection, Cerby is emerging as a significant player in modern enterprise security.

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