Betting On IoT: 10 Startups That Landed Funding This Spring


IoT security startup Armis recently secured $17 million in funding that the company hopes will help it build out its channel program around its agentless IoT security platform.

The Palo Alto, Calif.-company, started in 2015, offers an agentless IoT security platform that lets enterprises see and control any device or network. Armis said its platform integrates with existing IT infrastructure and is easy to deploy. Armis, funded by Sequoia Capital, will demonstrate its product publicly for the first time at Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit next week.