Israeli security company LightCyber has completed a $20 million financing round. The investment was led by the US-based Access Industries, through its Israeli technology investments entity, ClalTech.

Shlomo Kramer, CEO and founder of Cato Networks, who joined the LightCyber board last year, also invested in the company; along with existing investors Battery Ventures, Glilot Capital Partners and Amplify Partners.

[Image courtesy: LightCyber]