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Quick Heal invests $2 million in Israeli cybersecurity startup L7 Defense

The move strengthens Quick Heal's solution stack to secure modern enterprises against the next-generation of cyber-attacks

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L7 specialises in application program interface (API) security and next-generation web application firewall (NG-WAF)

Peerzada Abrar Bengaluru
Quick Heal Technologies Limited, an IT security and data protection solutions provider for consumers, businesses, and government, has signed an agreement to invest  $2 million in Israel-based cybersecurity startup  L7 Defense. 

L7 specialises in application program interface (API) security and next-generation web application firewall (NG-WAF). Quick Heal Technologies had invested $300,000  in L7 Defense in the previous financial year. 

“This investment (by Quick Heal) is strategic and will enable us to further extend our technological leadership, to increase our exposure and gain further market awareness,” said Yisrael Gross, Co-Founder, L7 Defense. Stating tha the firm had been energised with support from Quick

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First Published: Jan 14 2021 | 2:54 PM IST

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