Intel Capital, the investment arm of the processor giant, announced its latest tranche of investments for 2017, a total of nearly $60 million going in to 15 startups that are working on solving different problems in the bigger area of big data. Two of the 15 startups are Israeli:
Alcide (Tel Aviv, Israel): network security platform for any combination of container, VM and bare metal data centers operated by multiple orchestration systems, aimed at cyber attacks. Alcide is still in stealth mode.
Intezer (Tel Aviv, Israel): cybersecurity solutions for biological immune system concepts, applying a “DNA approach to code.” The world’s first “Code Genome Database” that maps “billions of small fragments of malicious and trusted software.”
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