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Anvilogic Scores $25 Million Series B to Tackle SOC Modernization

Anvilogic, a Silicon Valley startup working on technology to modernize the Security Operations Center (SOC), has deposited $25 million in a new investment round led by Outpost Ventures.

Anvilogic, a Silicon Valley startup working on technology to modernize the Security Operations Center (SOC), has deposited $25 million in a new investment round led by Outpost Ventures.

The Palo Alto, Calif. Anvilogic said the $25 million Series B investment also included participation from Xerox Ventures, G Squared, Foundation Capital, Point72 Ventures and Cervin Ventures. 

This round brings Anvilogic’s total funding to $40 million.

Anvilogic is positioning itself as a cloud-based, modern, and automated Security Operations Center (SOC) platform working across on-prem, hybrid and multi-cloud workloads as well as security data lakes.

[ READ: The VC View: Incident Response and SOC Evolution ]

The platform helps security teams to automate the majority of traditional security workflows – detect, hunt, triage and response –  in a single platform. 

The Anvilogic technology can be used to query raw logs wherever they are stored and infest and enrich alerts with a unified search function.  It can also be used to streamline threat detection, look for patterns in targeted threat hunting, add context to alert triage and help with continuous maturity scoring.

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“Security practitioners no longer have to worry about disparate tools or coding in tool-specific languages.  Instead, they can work in a single detect-and-respond continuum fully enriched with context and integrated with downstream ticketing and case management systems,” Anvilogic said in a statement announcing the new financing.

Related: Hunters Raises $68 Million for Its SecOps Platform

Related: SOC-as-a-Service Specialist Arctic Wolf Raises $60 Million

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Ryan Naraine is Editor-at-Large at SecurityWeek and host of the popular Security Conversations podcast series. He is a security community engagement expert who has built programs at major global brands, including Intel Corp., Bishop Fox and GReAT. Ryan is a founding-director of the Security Tinkerers non-profit, an advisor to early-stage entrepreneurs, and a regular speaker at security conferences around the world.

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