TaaSera Inc., a Cupertino, CA and McLean, VA-based provider of a cybersecurity platform for preemptive breach detection, secured $4.1m in bridge funding as part of a $15 million Series B financing.
Backers reamined undisclosed.
The company, which has now raised $19.4m in total, will use the new funds to accelerate sales, marketing and further development of its platform.
Led by C. Scott Hartz, CEO, TaaSera provides government, banking, financial services, insurance and healthcare customers with a platform that detects evidence of pending data breaches before data is lost or stolen.
The company’s solution, based on technology developed under U.S. Army-funded cyber R&D programs, is protected by 12 patents around technology that maps the threat patterns of malicious coordinated network and endpoint behaviors without the use of signatures or sandboxes.