Argus Cyber Security

Argus develops cyber security solutions for the automotive industry. Argus is a security pioneer in the automotive industry, founded by cyber security experts from Israeli Intelligence Unit 8200 and backed by major figures in the Israeli industry.

As modern vehicles become more sophisticated, the more vulnerable they become to cyber attacks. Hacking cars is quickly becoming a reality, creating a new set of cyber security threats.

Argus incorporates both innovative security methods and proven computer networking practices into comprehensive solutions, enabling car manufacturers to protect technologically advanced connected vehicles from malicious attacks.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Tel Aviv Yafo, IL
Founded
26
Size (employees)
51 (est)+5%
Argus Cyber Security was founded in 26 and is headquartered in Tel Aviv-Yafo, IL

Key People at Argus Cyber Security

Ofer Ben Noon

Ofer Ben Noon

CEO
Yaron Galula

Yaron Galula

CTO
Zohar ZIsapel

Zohar ZIsapel

Chairman
Johnathan Heilbronn

Johnathan Heilbronn

VP Marketing
Oron Lavi

Oron Lavi

VP R&D

Argus Cyber Security Office Locations

Argus Cyber Security has offices in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Troy, Redwood City, Kirchheim unter Teck and in 1 other location
Tel Aviv-Yafo, IL (HQ)
24 Raoul Wallenberg St
Minato, JP
S601 ARK Hills Executive Tower, 1-14-5 Akasaka, Minato-Ku
Kirchheim unter Teck, DE
European Metropolitan Region Stuttgart, Plochinger Strasse 58
Redwood City, US
100 541 Jefferson Ave
Troy, US
202 Wilshire Plaza North 900 Wilshire Dr

Argus Cyber Security Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

26

Total Funding

$30 m

Latest funding size

$26 m

Time since last funding

almost 2 years

Investors

Argus Cyber Security's latest funding round in September 2015 was reported to be $26 m. In total, Argus Cyber Security has raised $30 m

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