Globes: Israeli cybersecurity co Skybox raises $150m
The company, which has its development center in Herzliya, has raised $288 million to date.
Israeli cybersecurity company Skybox Security announced today that it has raised $150 million in a financing round led by CVC Capital Partners’ Growth Fund, which invested $100 million, and with participation from Pantheon, which invested $50 million.
Skybox was founded in Israel in 2002 by CEO Gidi Cohen, Moshe Meiseles, and Eran Reshef. Today Skybox is headquartered in Silicon Valley and has its development center in Herzliya Pituach. The company raised $96 million in February 2016. The company has raised $288 million to date, including the latest financing round and a previous $96 million financing round in February 2016, and previous investors include Benchmark Capital, Carmel Ventures, Valley Fund, and Mitsubishi Fund.