Cybersecurity remains an attractive market for private capital and other investors.

ThreatLocker and Fortress Information Security (Fortress) are the latest cybersecurity companies to receive $100 million or more in investment funding.

ThreatLocker has raised $100 million in Series C funding led by global growth capital firm General Atlantic. Existing investors Elephant VC and Arthur Ventures also participated in the financing.

Fortress received a strategic investment of $125 million from funds managed by the private equity business within Goldman Sachs Asset Management.

With this new investment, ThreatLocker said it will focus on accelerating product innovation to bring zero-trust security to more organizations. It will also hire top talent and accelerate its global expansion.

Fortress said the funding supports its mission of securing America’s critical industries against cybersecurity and operational threats emanating from their supply chains. Existing investors will continue to support Fortress. These include co-founders Peter Kassabov and Alex Santos, ClearSky, First Analysis, American Electric Power and more.

Eric Parizo is a Principal Analyst in Omdia’s Cybersecurity Operations Intelligence Service.

Omdia’s Eric Parizo

“Cybersecurity remains an attractive market for private capital and other investors as demand for innovative cybersecurity solutions remains at an all-time high,” he said. “Enterprises are still struggling to thwart intrusions and breaches due to the myriad of issues including ransomware, privilege management and unauthorized access. on zero trust for the distributed enterprise.

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