Egyptian cybersecurity startup Buguard raises $500,000 seed round
Buguard, an innovative Egyptian cybersecurity startup, has announced the successful closure of its seed funding round.
The $500,000 funding was led by A15, a prominent MENA venture capital firm, with the participation of several angel investors.
Founded in 2021, Buguard has emerged as a beacon of cybersecurity expertise in the Egyptian tech ecosystem.
The startup’s unique blend of advanced technologies and proactive security measures aims to counteract the increasing sophistication of cyber threats targeting both businesses and individuals.
Buguard’s approach to cybersecurity incorporates a blend of machine learning, behavior analysis, and real-time monitoring to swiftly identify and neutralize emerging threats.
The startup’s commitment to proactive cybersecurity solutions positions it as a critical player in an era where cyber attacks continue to grow in frequency and complexity.
Buguard intends to invest in the latest funding round to accelerate its expansion plans.
The company intends to intensify its efforts in bolstering digital defences across the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries.
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