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Aim Security Raises $18 Million

Aim Security, a company that assists enterprises in the safe implementation of artificial intelligence, announced that it managed to raise investment funds for $18 million.

Aim Security Raises $18 Million

The mentioned information is contained in the press release of the specified firm, based in Israel, published on Monday, June 17. The company said it was one of the fastest Series A rounds in the history of the cybersecurity area. The total amount of funds raised by the firm reached $28 million.

The company’s press release notes that artificial intelligence apps, including chatbots, virtual assistants, and productivity tools such as Microsoft 365 and GitHub Copilot, were rapidly integrated into the structure of corporate business processes and technology stacks. Also in this context, it was underlined that as firms increase the intensity of AI implementation, leaders in area security constantly seek to solve problems related to data, privacy, and safety.

The company’s platform governs and secures all forms of artificial intelligence use in the business world. This platform has been designed specifically to counter unique threats such as sensitive data exposure, supply chain vulnerabilities, jailbreaks, and prompt injection.

Aim Security’s clients are companies and organizations operating in several spheres of activity, including banking, the defense sector, the healthcare system, areas of insurance and manufacturing.

It is worth noting that against the background of the active spread and introduction of artificial intelligence, the issue of cybersecurity has become more relevant and sensitive. In this case, the personal awareness of users about potential threats is of particular importance. For example, a query in an Internet search engine, such as how to know if my camera is hacked, will allow anyone to get information about signs of unauthorized access to the device. Digital literacy is also a tool to combat cybercrime.

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