CloudLock, Inc., a Waltham-based ISV, is a cloud security company that focuses on providing enterprise class security solutions for data in the cloud.[7] Formerly known as Aprigo, CloudLock was the result of a strategic pivot away from on-premises security solutions to a specialized focus on its current, cloud-based product offering.[8] Following successful Series A, B, and C rounds of funding, the company has raised $28.2 million in venture capital from , ,[9] and .[10]


CloudLock was originally founded under the name Aprigo in 2007 by its three co-founders, Gil Zimmermann, Tsahy Shapsa and Ron Zalkind who met while serving in the Israeli Defense Forces.[11] In March 2008, Aprigo raised $3 million in Series A funding from Israeli VC Firm, Cedar Fund.[12] In April 2011, Aprigo shed its on-premises data management product and re-branded itself as CloudLock, shifting focus to its enterprise cloud solution amid growing trends in cloud data storage.[13] In March 2012, CloudLock raised $8.7 million of Series B venture capital funding from existing investor Cedar Fund and new investor, Ascent Venture Partners. In January 2014, CloudLock raised $16.5 million of Series C venture capital funding, led by Bessemer Venture Partners along with existing investors.

In 2011, Gartner Research named CloudLock a Cool Vendor in the cloud security space.[7]

In 2014, Forrester Research published research that stated, "In addition to support, CloudLock is the most notable search and investigation tool for Google Apps, often included in Google’s pre-sales process with larger prospects that demand a level of visibility upfront." [7]


CloudLock provides security solutions for public cloud platforms such as Google Apps and Salesforce, focused on compliance, audit response, and governance.[7] In February 2014, CloudLock announced a cloud encryption solution (Selective Encryption) that works on a platform API level to protect sensitive data in these environments, without any gateway, agent, or proxy requirements.[7]