Neva invests in latest generation cybersecurity in Israel
Through its Neva First Fund, Neva SGR has finalised two investments in Cyberint and Coro, innovative Israeli companies operating in cybersecurity, developing solutions to protect companies from cyber threats.
Since the start of the year, Neva SGR has invested more than €20 million in five start-ups in the following segments:
- IT with vFunction
- Quantum Computing with Classiq
- Agri-Foodtech with Seed-X
- Cybersecurity with Cyberint and Coro
and new operations are in the pipeline with important Italian and foreign operators in real estate intermediation, agri-tech and life science.
Neva SGR, a 100% subsidiary of Intesa Sanpaolo Innovation Center and member of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group, collaborates with the main venture capital funds to invest in start-ups that can have a positive impact on the Italian economy and significant returns for investors in the funds under its management.
Last updated 25 July 2022 at 18:40:15