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Israel’s Glilot Partners raises $220m to back early-stage cyber, software startups

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Israeli investment firm Glilot Capital Partners has raised $220 million for its fourth fund to back seed-stage startups focused on cybersecurity, enterprise software, and developer tools, the company said Monday.

The fund will be led by founding Glilot partners Kobi Samborsky and Arik Kleinstein, and general partner Nofar Amikam. Last year, the investment firm launched a $180 million fund, Glilot , earmarked for post-series A enterprise software and cybersecurity companies. That fund is led by Lior Litwak, previously a partner at M12, Microsoft’s venture fund.

Founded in 2011, Glilot has invested in close to three dozen companies, 12 of which completed a tech exit through acquisition. These include CyberX, acquired by Microsoft in 2020, and LightCyber, bought by Palo Alto Networks in 2017. Glilot’s total assets under management stand at about $400 million.

The seed fund is Glilot’s fourth such fund intended for early-stage startups.........

© The Times of Israel

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