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JP Morgan leads €36m Series B raise for Dutch start-up Eye Security


  • Netherlands-based cybersecurity start-up Eye Security has raised €36 million through a Series B funding round led by JP Morgan Growth Equity Partners.
  • Bessemer Venture Partners and TIN Capital, previous investors in Eye Security, also participated in the funding round.
  • The company has raised a total of €57.5 million to date, including a €17 million Series A round two years ago.
  • Eye Security, founded in 2020 and headquartered in The Hague, provides cyber insurance, incident response, and managed extended detection and response (MXDR) solutions to mid-market businesses in the Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium.
  • With the new funding, Eye Security aims to deepen its presence in existing markets and expand across select European countries.
  • The start-up’s solutions are positioned to serve the EU’s incoming NIS2 directive, which requires businesses to enhance their incident response capacities by 17th October.

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