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Automation and Response startup Siemplify secures $30 million

Automation and Orchestration

Siemplify, a provider of security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR), announced that it has secured $30 million in Series C funding round led by Georgian Partners along with the existing investors – 83North, G20 Ventures, and Jump Capital. The New York-based company stated that it will use the new funds to expand its global go-to-market strategy and enhance its market-leading security operations platform.

Founded in 2015, Siemplify provides security orchestration, automation and response services to enterprises and MSSPs worldwide. The company claims that its orchestration platform enables security teams to manage their operations from end to end, respond to cyber threats with speed and precision.

Siemplify’s security solutions combine security automation and response with robust management tools. Its cloud platform can create customizable and repeatable processes that orchestrate security utilities from McAfee, Symantec, Splunk, Carbon Black, Micro Focus, VirusTotal, and other vendors.

“Our security operations platform alleviates the most pressing pain points faced by security operations teams,” said Amos Stern, CEO and co-founder of Siemplify. “This significant investment and expertise from Georgian will allow us to expand our global presence and drive further innovation to make security operations smarter, more efficient and more collaborative. And as we continue our journey, nothing makes us more grateful than working alongside and solving challenges for the people to whom we owe our success: our customers and partners.”

“Siemplify is rapidly solidifying its position as the leading independent SOAR provider, with a differentiated offering and a clear vision of enabling organizations to manage security operations from end to end. We are excited to lead the Series C funding round and to support Siemplify as it continues its fast growth,” said Steve Leightell, partner at Georgian Partners.