Karamba Security

Karamba Security offers ECU endpoint security to protect the connected car. The company hardens the connected Electronic Control Units (ECUs) within automobiles to protect them from cyber attacks and ensure the car’s safe, ongoing operations.

Company Growth (employees)
Ann Arbor, US
Size (employees)
28 (est)+8%
Karamba Security was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Ann Arbor, US

Karamba Security Office Locations

Karamba Security has offices in Ann Arbor and Hod Hasharon
Ann Arbor, US (HQ)
2723 S State St
Hod Hasharon, IL
29 HaHarash St

Karamba Security Data and Metrics

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$17 m

Latest funding size

$12 m

Time since last funding

4 months


Karamba Security's latest funding round in May 2017 was reported to be $12 m. In total, Karamba Security has raised $17 m

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Karamba Security Online and Social Media Presence

Karamba Security News and Updates

Europe’s Vedecom partners with Karamba to build ‘cyberattack-secured’ autonomous vehicles

(Reuters) — European self-driving car company Vedecom Tech and Israel’s Karamba Security said on Monday they are partnering in developing fully autonomous cars that will be deployed for limited use in certain European cities within the coming year. Vedecom Tech says the completely autonomous vehicle…

Karamba Security Closes $12M in Series B Financing, Seven Months after Raising A Round, Driven by Market Demand for its Preventive Approach to Automotive Cybersecurity

PRESS RELEASE: Karamba Security, a provider of cybersecurity solutions for connected and autonomous vehicles, today announced $12 million in Series B funding, bringing total investment in the company to $17 million, one year after closing a seed...

YL Ventures Closes on a $75 Million Fund to Invest in Seed Stage Israeli Entrepreneurs

PRESS RELEASE: YL Ventures, the premier seed stage venture capital firm headquartered in Silicon Valley while investing in Israel, today announced it has closed its third fund, YLV III. The new fund builds on the success of its two prior funds,...

YL Ventures closes $75 million fund to invest in Israeli startups

Silicon Valley-based YL Ventures, a seed stage VC that invests in Israeli tech, has closed its third fund, YLV III, at $75 million. The over-subscribed fund was originally tipped for $60 million. It will be helmed by managing partner Yoav Andrew Leitersdorf at the firm’s Silicon Valley office with s…

Trends in Israel’s cybersecurity investments

 While global investment in cybersecurity startups may have shown signs of slowing in 2016, Israel – second only to the U.S. market – remained strong and showed impressive numbers yet again, as we witnessed a surge in funding and continued innovation. Investments in Israeli Companies Continues to Ri…

Israeli startups deliver much-needed tech for self-driving cars

GUEST: Israel has no indigenous auto industry, but the country’s startup community is serious about autonomous vehicles and is producing a whole host of technologies to help make self-driving cars ready for market, as the infographic above shows. And the automotive industry is taking note. Five of t…
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