Eclypsium, a Portland, Ore.-based enterprise device security company, raised $13m in funding.
Backers included new investors AV8 Ventures, TransLink Capital, Mindset Ventures, Alumni Ventures Group, and Ridgeline Partners. Intel Capital, Madrona Venture Group, Andreessen Horowitz, and Ubiquity Ventures also participated as return investors. The round brings the company’s total funding to $25 million.
The company will use the new funding to scale operations, expanding sales, delivery, and R&D.
Led by Yuriy Bulygin, CEO, Eclypsium delivers a cloud-based enterprise device security platform for modern distributed organizations. From corporate laptops and desktops, to servers in data centers, to network infrastructure devices, the company protects the devices that organizations use, all the way down to firmware. Eclypsium provides comprehensive device and firmware inventory, automatically identifies and patches firmware risks, scans devices for supply chain breaches, and continuously monitors devices for persistent and stealthy firmware attacks.
Fortune 100 enterprises and federal agencies currently use Eclypsium’s platform to protect their devices.