Sweet Security raises $12 million in seed VC funding

Sweet Security has raised $12 million in seed funding and announced the launch of its Cloud Runtime Security Suite.
Sweet Security teamThe round was led by Glilot Capital Partners with participation from CyberArk Ventures and angel investors including Gerhard Eschelbeck, former CISO at Google and Travis McPeak, who led product security at Databricks.

Sweet was founded by retired Brigadier General, Dror Kashti, former CISO of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), retired Colonel, Eyal Fisher, former head of the Cyber Department at Unit 8200 and Orel Ben-Ishay, former Head of the Cybersecurity R&D center at Unit 81.

Sweet’s Cloud Runtime Security Suite enables CISOs and security teams to level up their cloud security from partial to complete defense.
Sweet Security co-founders Ben-IshaySweet Security co-founders (left to right): Eyal Fisher, Dror Kashti, and Orel Ben-Ishay