Cybersecurity company Armorblox has raised $30 million in Series B v funding, bringing its total financing to $46.5 million.
The round was led by Next47, with participation from Polaris Partners and Unusual Ventures and General Catalyst and other early investors.
‘This funding enables us to continue refining and scaling our approach to context-aware threat detection to protect the most attacked and most vulnerable security layer - the human layer,” states DJ Sampath, co-founder and CEO of Armorblox.
Armorblox will also use the new funding to expand its go-to-market, engineering and data science teams.
The company now serves 9,000 organizations.
One client to offer an endorsement is TeamHealth.
“Email is as basic as it gets, and at TeamHealth, we were very impressed by the ability of Armorblox to protect us against targeted attacks, and automate triage and remediation of threats,” states Tom Perrine, CIO and CISO, TeamHealth.
Perrine notes that security in healthcare requires "rethinking the fundamentals at a foundational level." Armorblox also serves municipalities.
“The biggest benefits of Armorblox to the City of San Jose are the confidence we get that it's working and preventing a lot of risk from hitting our organization, and the ease of management,” said Rob Lloyd, chief information officer at the City of San Jose.