Telstra and Standard Chartered Ventures helped the cloud security software provider hike its overall funding to about $185m.
US-based cloud security software developer vArmour has raised $58m in a round featuring telecommunications company Telstra and financial services firm Standard Chartered. AllegisCyber Capital and NightDragon co-led the round, which included Highland Capital Partners, Redline Capital and EDBI, while Standard Chartered invested through corporate venturing unit Standard Chartered Ventures. Founded in 2011, vArmour has developed…
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