Israeli cyber-security firm Claroty exits ‘stealth mode,’ raises $32 million

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JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israeli cyber security start-up Claroty said on Tuesday it raised $32 million in funding and is exiting so-called stealth mode after operating in secret for the past two years.