Regulus Cyber is the creator of the first "anti-virus" software to protect satellite navigation and timing across a wide range of applications, including automotive, mobile, IoT and critical infrastructure.
Regulus provides affordable GNSS spoofing detection and protection to the mass markets requiring reliability and low-cost.
Regulus Cyber was founded in 2016 by Yonatan Zur and Yoav Zangvil. The company is headquartered in Haifa, Israel.
Regulus Cyber is disrupting the GNSS market with the first-ever software-only, connected and system-agnostic solution to detect, protect and mitigate smart spoofing.
Regulus Cyber is the first company dealing with sensor cybersecurity. The company's first product is Pyramid GNSS™ - defending against GNSS spoofing and GPS hacking attacks. Pyramid GNSS revolutionizes how satellite position, velocity, and time-critical for numerous systems, including automotive, infrastructure, communication, telecom, mobility, and financials - are protected.
Pyramid GNSS is flexible, lightweight and easy to install. It allows to dramatically lower the cost and complexity of anti-spoofing defense, making it attractive to the vast various markets dependent on GNSS.
Regulus Cyber is backed by Sierra Ventures, Canaan Partners Israel, Technion, F2 Capital, SPDG Ventures and others. The company raised $4M as part of a Series B round on May 18, 2020. This brings Regulus' total funding to $10.3M to date.