An Israeli startup has raised seed money to develop technology that enables cybersecurity teams to measure, track and simplify security program operations.
The company, called SeeMetrics, has banked $6 million in seed funding led by Jonathan Legh’s venture capital firm Work-Bench. Other investors include 8VC, AGP, Essence VC, K5 Global and Verissimo.
SeeMetrics describes itself as a security portfolio management platform that consolidates all metric data from across the CISO organization, helping security teams monitor the performance and effectiveness of their portfolio.
The idea is to provide “a single source of truth” for Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) to bring together all data sources and metrics to help report the risk management position to management or to identify coverage gaps.
Enterprise performance management platform promises a consolidated view of all security systems to quickly identify solution coverage and gaps and maturity analysis to track a security program against benchmarks and industry standards.
SeeMetrics is the brainchild of former Bright Machines CISOs Mike Admon, Shirley Salzman, and Shay Haluba.
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