Anomali, a Redwood City, CA-based provider of threat management and collaboration solutions, closed an oversubscribed $40m round of Series D funding.
The round was led by Lumia Capital with participation from Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners (DTCP), Telstra and Sozo Ventures and returning investors GV, General Catalyst, IVP and Paladin Capital Group.
The company, , which has raised a total of $96m over four rounds of funding, intends to use the capital to accelerate growth in the US and globally and continue development of innovative cybersecurity solutions.
Led by Hugh Njemanze, chief executive officer, and newly named Chief Financial Officer Drew Hamer and Chief Revenue Officer Christopher Smith, Anomali delivers a threat intelligence platform, which allows organizations to detect, investigate and respond to serious external threats. Anomali integrates with internal infrastructure to identify new attacks, or search forensically over the past year to discover existing breaches, and enables security teams to quickly understand and contain threats. Anomali also offers STAXX, a free tool to collect and share threat intelligence, and provides a free, out of the box intelligence feed, Anomali Limo.
In the last year, the company released new features in its ThreatStream, Anomali Enterprise and STAXX solutions, enabling advanced threat forensics and threat sharing capabilities.
The customer base spans all major verticals and includes partnerships with many ISACs and threat exchanges.