Israeli cybersecurity firm Votiro has raised $11.2 million from the Australian investor Divergent Group. The company plans to use the new funding to expand globally and to move its headquarters to Australia.
The company has designed a process it calls 'content disarm and reconstruction', in which it breaks down files, neutralises any malicious code, and reconstructs the file into a safe and fully functional file.
"With Votiro, we'd neutralise the attachment before it goes to the user. When the user opens the email, they'd either see a blank document as the attachment or the as it was without the malware," said CEO Itay Glick, as reported by the Australian Financial Review.
Read more: Australian Financial Review