Endpoint security provider ThreatLocker this week announced that it secured $20 million in a Series B funding round that brings the total capital raised by the company to $24.5 million.
Founded in 2017, the Florida, U.S.-based company offers enterprise-level cybersecurity tools aimed at securing both servers and endpoints. By implementing a zero trust policy, ThreatLocker aims to prevent unauthorized software intrusions.
ThreatLocker claims its application whitelisting, storage control, and privileged access management solutions can prevent remote access attacks, malware, data theft, and internal IT disputes.
The new funding round, led by Elephant, will enable ThreatLocker to expand its global footprint and improve its products, the company says.
“ThreatLocker was created in response to the growing frustration around the existing tools in the cybersecurity market. As we head into this next major company milestone, our unyielding focus on innovation and strategic partnerships has proven to be effective as we continue to see impressive customer growth,” ThreatLocker CEO Danny Jenkins said.