Various SoftBank entities have put a total of $200m into Cybereason, doubling the cybersecurity technology provider’s total equity funding to about $400m.

US-based endpoint protection software developer Cybereason collected $200m in series E funding today from a range of unspecified affiliates of internet and telecommunications conglomerate SoftBank. Founded in 2012, Cybereason operates a cloud-based cybersecurity platform that thwarts attacks on devices connected to the company network – known as endpoints. The software also offers antivirus functionality and…

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