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Cyber-Ark raises $12 million

Cyber-Ark has announced Monday it closed a $12 million second round of funding, led by Jerusalem Venture Partners. Other investors include Vertex Management Israel and previous investors SCP, J.P. Morgan/Chase Partners, IDB and Cabaret-ArbaOne. Dedham, Mass.-based Cyber-Ark has raised a total of $20 million. The company develops data security software for connecting companies with their remote offices and business.

By March 25, 2002


Companies fear cybercrime more than insider threats

External cybercrime is likely to pose a greater danger to many companies than insider threats over the next few years, according to Cyber-Ark survey of IT staff and top executives.

By April 15, 2011


Survey: Businesses snooped on by ex-employees, IT staff

A new Cyber-Ark survey finds many IT pros believe their companies are being snooped on more frequently, with some of the snooping being done by IT itself.

By July 8, 2010


Software company raises $1 million

Security company Cyber-Ark Software is seeking a $15 million second round of funding and has raised $1 million from merchant bank Orama. Dedham, Mass.-based Cyber-Ark raised $6 million in its previous round from Softbank affiliate SCP, Nomura International and Chase Capital Partners/Seed Investments. The company's technology is designed to allow businesses to store and share documents, files, databases and e-mail over corporate networks and the Internet. See complete list.

By May 29, 2001