Vectra Networks gets a total of $42.8 million after recent Series C funding
Vectra Networks managed to raise additional $25 million in its Series C funding from existing investor Accel Partners and other investors, including AME Cloud Ventures, IA Ventures and Khosla Ventures participating in the round, Intel Capital and Juniper Networks, through its Junos Innovation Fund. The new investment will be used to boost sales, marketing efforts as well as engineering.
Vectra Networks delivers continuous automated cyberattack lifecycle detection and reporting that instantly identifies attacks in real time. It also prioritizes attacks that pose the greatest risk to business, so that organizations can make decisions on where to focus their time and resources quickly.
The startup previously received $500,000 in 2010, $5.3 million during Series A, $12 million during Series B, bringing the total investment to $42.8 million after the recent round.
Vectra reportedly prides itself in being the leader in detecting cyber attacks in real time.
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