AI-based cybersecurity technology developer Vectra, whose shareholders include Intel, Nissho, Juniper Networks and Wipro, has boosted its total funding to more than $200m.

US-based cybersecurity technology developer Vectra, backed by corporates Intel, Juniper Networks, Nissho Electronics and Wipro, raised $100m on Monday in a funding round led by private equity firm TCV. A range of unnamed existing investors also contributed to the round, and TechCrunch identified venture capital firms Accel and Khosla Ventures among the returning shareholders. Founded…

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