The American-Israeli cyber company Semperis has raised $ 200 million under the leadership of the private equity fund KKR, according to a report today (Tuesday) by the Reuters news agency. Insight Partners, an existing investor of the company, and Ten Eleven Ventures, another new investor, participated in the raising.
Sampris was founded in 2013 by Mickey Brezman (CEO), Matan Lieberman (Vice President of Business Development) and Guy Tabrowski (VP of Technology). Its headquarters are located in New Jersey and the research and development team in the US, Canada and Israel. Sampris specializes in protecting Microsoft’s Active Directory network management tools against cyber attacks and data breaches. Sampris has also developed a backup and recovery mechanism that allows organizations to significantly accelerate recovery time After a cyber attack.
So far this round, Sampris has raised $ 54 million. According to PitchBook, Sampris was worth $ 142 million in its previous round of raising in May 2020, but the company did not disclose the value given to it in the current round. Sampris reported revenue of $ 11.6 million in 2020, and according to Reuters, which first published the current round of funding, the company’s revenue more than doubled last year.