Tanium Raised $90M from Andreessen Horowitz

Tanium, a Berkeley, CA-based systems and security management company, raised $90m in a first venture financing round.

Andreessen Horowitz  made the investment. In conjunction with the funding, Andreessen Horowitz partner Steven Sinofsky joined the Board (read his thoughts on the investment here).

The company intends to use the funds for continued product innovation and expansion.

Founded in 2007 by David Hindawi, CEO, Orion Hindawi, CTO, Tanium provides CIOs, CISOs and IT professionals with distributed enterprise architectures that can detect and mitigate damages from outages and cyber-attacks and distribute and install updates and shut down processes or executables quickly. It collects and processes billions of metrics across endpoints in real-time, and allows enterprises to change the state of those endpoints, allowing IT managers to proactively identify and fix operational issues, to fend off professional-grade security attacks.
The company serves half of the Fortune 100, five of the top 10 largest global banks and four of the top 10 global retailers.



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