Eric David / SiliconANGLE - 1 year ago
  • Silicon Valley startup Menlo Security announced today raised $40 million in Series C funding to expand its anti-malware tools for the enterprise.
  • The funding round included participation by new investors American Express Ventures, Ericsson Ventures and HSBC, along with existing investors JPMorgan Chase, General Catalyst, Sutter Hill Ventures, Osage University Partners and Engineering Capital.
  • Menlo Security helps enterprises safeguard their networks with its cloud-based Menlo Security Isolation Platform (MSIP). The platform opens web content and documents in isolation, sending only safe rendering information to end users rather than running the content directly on their device.
  • MISP not only keeps harmful programs from spreading, but it also prevents malware from being able to access local or shared file systems, which thwarts ransomware’s ability to encrypt files.