Anomali, a security technology firm that offers a SaaS-based threat intelligence platform, today announced that it has raised $40 million in series D funding.
The additional funding brings the total amount raised to-date by the company to $96 million.
According to the company, the investment will help accelerate its growth globally and continue product development.
Formerly known as ThreatStream, the company rebranded itself as Anomali in February 2016.
Headquartered in Redwood City, Calif., the company is led by ArcSight co-founder Hugh Njemanze, who took the role as CEO in July 2014. Njemanze co-founded ArcSight in May 2000 and led product development, information technology deployment and product research leading up to HP’s acquisition of ArcSight for $1.75 billion in 2010.
The Series D round was led by Lumia Capital, with Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners (DTCP), Telstra and Sozo Ventures also participating in the round along with returning investors GV, General Catalyst, IVP and Paladin Capital Group.