At-Bay has announced the closing of a $185 million Series D financing. The new funding round was co-led by Icon Ventures and Lightspeed Venture Partners, with participation from existing investors including Khosla Ventures, M12, Acrew Capital, Qumra Capital, the HSB fund of Munich Re Ventures, entrepreneur Shlomo Kramer, and Glilot Capital.
As the cyber insurance industry adapts to ransomware losses, At-Bay’s cyber security expertise has unlocked unprecedented growth, while minimizing losses to less than half of the industry average. The Series D marks the company’s third round in the past 18 months and brings its overall funding to $272 million. At-Bay’s post-money valuation now sits at $1.35 billion.
“We are seeing a shift in commercial insurance with regard to cyber risk, and At-Bay is leading the way,” said Rotem Iram, Co-Founder and CEO at At-Bay. “While legacy insurers are pulling back on coverage and raising rates in the face of challenges like ransomware, At-Bay is doubling down with a modern approach to risk management that helps businesses improve their security and avoid loss before it happens.”
The new funding is the latest milestone in a stretch of unprecedented growth for At-Bay. The company recently surpassed $160 million in annual recurring revenue on 800% year-over-year premium growth. At-Bay is growing at this pace while outperforming the cyber insurance market on risk mitigation, maintaining a ransomware claims frequency that is seven times lower than industry average.
With the new funding, At-Bay will continue investing in innovation, while launching new products and expanding into new markets. The company will also continue growing its team and capabilities to improve the security of its insured businesses. To learn more about At-Bay and view job openings, visit www.at-bay.com.
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