Quick Heal Technologies invests $ 300,000 in an Israeli-based cybersecurity startup

CHENNAI: based on Pune Fast healing technologies , a Informatic security and provider of data protection solutions, has invested US $ 300,000 in cybersecurity based in Israel start up L7 Defense

Incorporated in Tel Aviv in 2015, L7 Defense specializes in next-generation web application firewall (NG-WAF) and application program interface (API) security to protect businesses against botnet attacks and denial of distributed service (DDoS).

This investment marks Quick Heal's foray into the fast-growing NG-WAF and API Security market and expands its portfolio of enterprise security solutions under its Seqrite brand.

Currently, Seqrite offers endpoint security, unified threat management, enterprise mobility management and data loss prevention, all backed by its locally developed GoDeep.AI technology.

This relationship will bring together the strong legacy of Quick Heal backed by deep intelligence in the threat landscape and next-generation Ammune technology from L7 Defense to offer a solid defense against the next wave of AI-driven DDoS cyber attacks, Quick said. Heal

“We are delighted to onboard Fast healing technologies as a strategic investor. This relationship will help offer together a unique solution for discovery, detection and defense to augment customers' security and visibility posture critical cyber security foundations, said Yisrael Gross, co-founder of L7 Defense.

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