Threat prevention company Votiro this week announced that it has raised $11.5 million in a Series A funding round that brings the total investment in the company to $25.5 million.
Consisting of new capital and a loan to equity conversion, the investment round was led by Harvest Lane Asset Management.
Founded in 2010, Austin-based Votiro keeps organizations safe by disarming weaponized files delivered via email, collaborative platforms, web downloads, or file sharing services, as well as those that are uploaded to consumer-facing web portals.
The company’s zero trust data detection and analytics capabilities prevent threats from landing on endpoints while enabling users to safely access documents and keeping sensitive business information secure.
Used by hundreds of commercial and government organizations globally, Votiro’s ZT Cloud solution eliminates file-borne threats, prevents data leaks, provides insights, and helps organizations remain compliant.
The company plans to use the new investment to accelerate marketing and sales reach in North America, and to enhance its cloud-based prevention, detection, and analytics capabilities.
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