Cybersyn raises $62.9M

New York-based data-as-a-service (Daas) provider Cybersyn has raised $62.9 million in Series A funding.

The investment was led by Snowflake, with participation from Coatue and Sequoia Capital.

Mike Scarpelli, CFO of Snowflake, Christian Kleinerman, SVP of Product at Snowflake, and Thomas Laffont, co-founder and senior managing director of Coatue, have joined the Cybersyn board of directors.

[Image courtesy: Cybersyn]

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