The company is not disclosing its valuation, and it has raised a relatively modest $25 million to date.
“Because our technology deals with binary code in general, it’s applicable in many different ways,” he said.
Itai Tevet, the co-founder and CEO, says that “hands down,” Linux-focused threats are the biggest issue of the moment.
“Everybody’s talking about cloud security but it is rarely discussed that Linux malware is a thing,” he said in an interview.
“The Genetic Malware Analysis technology they’ve developed represents the next-generation of cyber threat detection, classification, and remediation.

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