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Attivo Networks Powers up with Energy Impact Partners

Utility-backed venture capital firm invests in company to secure energy operations and security infrastructure Fremont, CA – March 21, 2019 – Attivo Networks®, the award-winning leader in deception for cybersecurity threat detection, today announced that Energy Impact Partners (EIP), a leading utility-backed energy investment and innovation firm, has become a strategic investor in the company. The funding enables Attivo Networks to expand its portfolio of energy sector-specific deception technology and increase its go-to-market activities to broaden its customer base of utility companies around the world.

Attivo Networks secures $21 million in latest funding round

Cybersecurity firm Attivo Networks has announced it has raised $21 million in Series C venture capital funding.

The funding round was led by Trident Capital Cybersecurity with participation from existing investors Bain Capital Ventures and Omidyar Technology Ventures.

he round of funding follows a $15 million Series B financing in May, representing $36 million raised in the last five months and a collective total of $45.7 million overall.

Venture capital investments

Attivo Networks announced it has raised $21 million in Series C venture capital funding. The funding round was led by Trident Capital Cybersecurity with participation from existing investors Bain Capital Ventures and Omidyar Technology Ventures. The round of funding follows a $15 million Series B financing in May, representing $36 million raised in the last five months and a collective total of $45.7 million overall.

Attivo Networks Raises $21m Series C Round, led by Trident Capital Cybersecurity

New Financing brings a total of $36m raised in 2017. Funding Meets Soaring Demand for Early Detection and Response to Information Security Threats

Attivo Networks® announced it has raised $21 million in Series C venture capital funding. The funding round was led by Trident Capital Cybersecurity with participation from existing investors Bain Capital Ventures and Omidyar Technology Ventures.

The round of funding follows a $15 million Series B financing in May, representing $36 million raised in the last five months and a collective total of $45.7 million overall. This new funding will be used to support further development of the Attivo ThreatDefend™ Deception and Response Platform to address the evolving landscape of threats and attack surfaces and to add counterintelligence functionality. The company will also use the funds to expand global sales initiatives.

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Attivo Funding Meets Soaring Threat Detection & Response Demand

Attivo Networks, the leader in deception solutions for cybersecurity defense, and a competitor in the 2017 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program, today announced it has raised $21 million in Series C venture capital funding.

The funding round was led by Trident Capital Cybersecurity with participation from existing investors Bain Capital Ventures and Omidyar Technology Ventures.

The round of funding follows a $15 million Series B financing in May, representing $36 million raised in the last five months and a collective total of $45.7 million overall.

Attivo Networks raises $21 million to thwart cyberattacks using the art of deception

Attivo Networks, a startup that specializes in thwarting cyberattacks using deception technology, has raised $21 million in a series C round of funding. The round was led by Trident Capital Cybersecurity, with participation from eBay founder Pierre Omidyar’s VC firm Omidyar Technology Ventures and Bain Capital Ventures.

Founded out of Fremont, California in 2011, Attivo is one of a number of cybersecurity startups in the deception technology realm, using defensive “hall of mirrors” techniques that consist of lures and traps designed to trick attackers into revealing themselves. In effect, the underlying technology automatically sets decoys that are integrated into a company’s existing IT infrastructure to confuse and misdirect any hackers that may have already infiltrated the network.

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