Headquartered in Boston and Vancouver, jSonar helps companies address database security and compliance needs, dramatically simplifying the process of establishing database protection while reducing cost.
In June 2020, jSonar has closed a $50 million investment from Goldman Sachs for the company’s first institutional round of funding.
“While data grows at an exponential rate, budgets do not. Our mission has always been to develop solutions that solve the full-range of challenges in data security in a way that is efficient, simple to achieve, and provides tangible value beyond compliance,” says Ron Bennatan, CTO and Co-founder, jSonar.
“We are thrilled to join forces with Imperva, who have been ushering in a new age of data protection in order to make security available to everyone.”
Combining jSonar’s ability to quickly secure data stores no matter what kind or where they live, with Imperva’s leadership in app and data security, will spearhead a fundamentally new approach to data security to help enterprises address today’s and tomorrow’s needs.
Bennatan will join to lead the Imperva Data Security business, comprising both jSonar and Imperva data security product lines.
Last year, private equity firm Thoma Bravo bought Imperva in a $2.1 billion deal to take the company private.