Binarly’s $3.6 Million Funding Round

Foley & Lardner advised Acrobator Ventures on the deal.

Amsterdam’s Acrobator Ventures acted as one of the lead investors in the latest $3.6 million funding round for Binarly. Based in Los Angeles, California, Binarly is focused on firmware for the supply chain. WestWave Capital joined Acrobator as a lead investor in this round, which will help Binarly speed up R&D initiatives, expand its engineering team, and scale its technologies. 

Binarly has developed a SaaS platform designed for firmware threat identification and response. The company says security teams use its solutions to identify vulnerabilities and malicious firmware modifications. Its platform can also be used to gain firmware SBOM visibility without access to source code. Binarly has also created technology for firmware vulnerability management and supply chain protection.

The Foley team was led by Partner Louis Lehot (Picture) and Associate Alexander Ravski.

Involved fees earner: Louis Lehot – Foley & Lardner LLP; Alexander Ravski – Foley & Lardner LLP;

Law Firms: Foley & Lardner LLP;

Clients: Acrobator Ventures;

Martina Bellini

Author: Martina Bellini