The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to advance the development of its products.
Led by Hugh Njemanze, Chief Executive Officer, Anomali provides Enterprise and ThreatStream threat intelligence products, which are used to aggregate and curate massive amounts of threat intelligence data, reduce false-positives, facilitate threat hunting, and provide trusted circles for secure communication between organizations.
They also provide retrospective analysis by continuously reading a year’s worth of an organization’s log data and comparing it to Anomali’s vast library of indicators of compromise.
The company is backed by General Catalyst Partners, GV, Institutional Venture Partners, Paladin Capital Group, individual investors and *In-Q-Tel, the non-profit investor that identifies, adapts and delivers innovative technology solutions to support the mission of the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC).