Cybersecurity startup Medigate raises $15 million

CISO MAG | January 30, 2019

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Medical cybersecurity startup Medigate Tech raised $15 million in a series A funding round led by the U.S. Venture Partners along with the participation from existing investors YL Ventures and Blumberg Capital. The Israel-based startup stated the new investment will be used to accelerate its growth and increase the personnel across its research and development, marketing, and sales units. Founded in 2017, Medigate helps manage and secure connected medical devices like patient monitors, MRIs, and CAT scanners from evolving cyber threats. The company claims that its security solutions platform allows healthcare organizations to identify all devices connecting to their network, manage security updates, and monitor for any suspicious activity.

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