Sonrai Security, a NYC-based public cloud security company, secured $20M in Series B funding.
The round was led by Menlo Ventures with participation from founding investor Polaris Partners and Series A lead investor Ten Eleven Ventures. In conjunction with the funding, Menlo Ventures partner Venky Ganesan will join David Barrett and Alex Doll on the Sonrai Security board of directors.
This new funding, which brings the total raised to $38M, will be used to accelerate research and development along with global sales and marketing activities for Sonrai Dig, the company’s identity and data governance platform, which is currently used by a growing number of global enterprise organizations.
Led by Brendan Hannigan, CEO and co-founder, Sonrai Security delivers an enterprise identity and data governance platform for AWS, Azure, Google Cloud and Kubernetes. The platform is built on a graph that identifies and monitors every possible relationship between identities and data that exists inside an organization’s public cloud. Dig’s Governance Automation Engine automates workflow, remediation, and prevention capabilities across cloud and security teams to ensure end-to-end security. The company has offices in New York and New Brunswick, Canada.