UK CyberTech Push Security nets $15m Series A


Push Security, a CyberTech firm focused on SaaS security for modern IT and cybersecurity teams, has bagged $15m in a Series A raise.

The road was headed by Google Ventures and saw participation from Decibel and a range of angel investors.

These angels included co-founder of Duo Security Dug Song, co-founder and CEO Rich Waldron.

Many employees today are moving fast and adopting SaaS platforms to get things done. While SaaS makes productivity gains and innovation accessible for companies of all sizes, it also introduces risk to the business unless its properly managed.

To support this move towards productivity and flexibility, Push believes the best way to is adopt a user-centric approach and equip employees to improve their own security while using SaaS.

According to FinSME, since its launch last year, Push has added nearly 500 SaaS apps. Hundreds of teams and more than 50,000 users now use it to uncover any employee-owned SaaS deployed within the business and remediate critical security vulnerabilities exposed by SaaS use.

Push intends to use the new funding to speed up its growth and expand its operations.

Back in July 2022, Push raised $4m in seed funding in a round headed by Decibel.

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