Today I am excited to share that we have secured a financing round (Series B) in the amount of $20M. The round was led by our existing investors, 83 North and Battery Ventures, who continue to give us valuable contributions in terms of the support and guidance we need at this stage in our company’s […]
About Pavel Gurvich
Pavel is CEO and co-founder at Guardicore. Prior to Guardicore, Pavel spent twelve years as a Cyber Security expert in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), where he started as a programmer and ended up managing 100 engineers at one of the IDF’s top R&D units. Prior to that, Pavel worked as a Penetration Tester at Comsec. Pavel holds a Bachelor of Science (BsC) degree in Computer Science from the Academic College of Tel-Aviv, Yaffo.
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Today we announced the general availability of the GuardiCore Data Center Security suite. We are very excited to bring our solution to market, and feel we will be able to provide much needed help for organizations that are struggling to withstand the onslaught of cyber attacks.
We are very excited about the upcoming VMWorld Show and the opportunity to showcase our GuardiCore Data Center Security Suite. The event brings together the greatest technology experts in virtualization and data centers, and it is a great opportunity for us to engage in a deep discussion with people who run Software-Defined Data Centers and […]
A couple of years ago Netflix introduced a concept they called a “Simian Army“. The idea was to have a bunch of automated processes that checked their cloud’s resilience to various failure scenarios. A prime example was a “Chaos Monkey” which randomly shuts down servers in their infrastructure to test the application’s ability to withstand server […]
In a recent piece in Forbes following the Anthem data-security breach, legendary venture capitalist Vinod Khosla wrote “There’s a universal truth regarding every cyber-attack: attack behavior never appears normal”. While Mr. Khosla is a maverick in many fields I believe this time he got it wrong. Please allow me to explain. Let’s consider a different example, the […]
On February 16th, 2015, Kaspersky lab published a report titled “Carbanak APT – The Great Bank Robbery”, telling the story of a cyber attack campaign on numerous banks and financial institutions, spanning from late 2013, and resulting in an estimated cumulative losses of $1B. The attack has been dubbed by Media outlets such as CNN […]