Lighting the Way
in the Cyber Age

A cyber capacity-building company helping governmental agencies, law enforcement, and security agencies transform their cyber-defenses

About Toka

Toka is a cyber capacity-building company that helps design, build, and manage a tailored ecosystem of cyber capabilities and software products for governmental, law enforcement, and security agencies.

Founded by leaders with unparalleled experience in the political, military, and corporate worlds, Toka enables agencies tasked with keeping the digital landscape, their citizens and government institutions secure. TOKA provides the knowhow and capability to transform their cyber-defences by designing and assisting them to build a tailored strategy and provide a unique set of products. Working across the strategic, operational and tactical levels, with a deep hands-on technical experience, Toka can address the full breadth of its clients’ cybersecurity needs, including the development of new technologies to meet customers’ requirements.

Toka is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel, and backed by investors such as: Andreessen Horowitz, Dell Technologies Capital, Entrée Capital, and Launch Capital.

Our Team

Toka was co-founded by four leaders with unparalleled experience in the political, military, and corporate worlds:

Brig. General (Ret.) Yaron Rosen

Founder, CEO

Kfir Waldman

Founder, COO

Alon Kantor

Founder, Chief Product & Business Development

Ehud Barak

Founder, Director

Nir Peleg

VP Technology & Global Services

Michael Volfman

VP R&D

Press

Toka Launches to Help Strengthen Countries’ Cyber Defenses

July 15, 2018

All-star founding team raises $12.5 million in funding from global top-tier investors

Tel Aviv, Israel — Toka, the cyber capacity-building company, announced today that it has raised $12.5 million in seed funding to help governmental agencies tasked with keeping their citizens and government institutions safe transform their cyber-defenses. Toka will design and help these agencies build a unique cyber strategy and suite of software products.

The investors include: Andreessen Horowitz, Entrée Capital, Dell Technologies Capital, Launch Capital, and Ray Rothrock, CEO of cyber analytics firm RedSeal.