-- Cybersecurity giant Tanium appointed Marc Levine as its new CFO, effective May 17. He was most recently CFO at RSA Security. Levine previously was CFO at C3.ai, Athenahealth, and Blue Yonder, previously known as JDA Software. He spent 25 years at Hewlett Packard, including stints as SVP of finance and corporate controller. Tanium relocated from the San Francisco Bay Area to Kirkland, Wash. last year. In January, the company raised $150 million, bringing total funding to date past $1 billion.
Window Snyder's New Startup Thistle Technologies Raises $2.5M Seed To Secure Iot Devices - Techcrunch
The Internet of Things has a security problem. The past decade has seen wave after wave of new internet-connected devices, from sensors through to webcams and smart home tech, often manufactured in bulk but with little -- if any -- consideration to security. Worse, many device manufacturers make no effort to fix security flaws, while [...]
Energy-efficiency-as-a-service startup Smart Joules has raised $4.9 Mn in a Series A funding round from various investors. The funding, which...
GreenCom Networks, the Internet-of-things platform provider that's become a go-to for major European utilities to control solar panels, batteries, electric vehicle chargers and smart home energy loads, has landed another funding round with two new strategic investors that could open new markets. Wednesday's 12 million euros ($14.5 million) funding round adds new investors Shell Ventures and Japan's Energy & Environment Investment Inc. to a list of backers that includes U.K.-based utility and energy services provider Centrica, SET Ventures, Munich Venture Partners and Cosmos.
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- #IIoT--Aperio Systems today announced the close of an $8.5 million Series A funding round led by National Grid Partners, the venture investment and innovation arm of National Grid plc., one of the largest investor-owned energy companies in the world. Aperio will use the investment to scale its industry-first Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) data integrity solution, which enables organizations to reduce operational expenses, make better-informed strategic business decisions.
Sternum Raises $6.5M In Series A Funding To Provide Embedded Cybersecurity And Real-time Visibility For Iot Devices
Sternum Raises $6.5M in Series A Funding to Provide Embedded Cybersecurity and Real-Time Visibility for IoT Devices Square Peg led the round and joined existing investors to continue building cutting-edge solutions that protect IoT devices and glean key data-driven insights TEL AVIV, Israel, September 15, 2020-- Sternum, the IoT cybersecurity company providing embedded protection and unprecedented real-time visibility for connected devices, today announced it has raised $6.5 million in Series A funding.
CyberMDX Secures $20 Million in Funding to Secure Hospital Networks and Critical Medical and IoT Devices Funding will further boost market expansion and development of CyberMDX's hospital security and operational efficiency platform NEW YORK, April 7, 2020-- CyberMDX, a leading healthcare cybersecurity provider delivering visibility, threat prevention, and operational efficiency for medical devices, IoT, and clinical networks, announced today it secured $20 million in funding, bringing its fundraising total to $30 million.
Boeing's HorizonX venture capital arm is participating in a $19.3 million Series B funding round for Myriota, an Australian startup that's building a satellite constellation for the Internet of Things. This marks Boeing's second investment in the company. The new round is led by Hostplus and Main Sequence Ventures, with Boeing joining other investors that include In-Q-Tel, Right Click Capital, Singtel Innov8, South Australian Venture Capital Fund and former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Myriota's total funding has reached more than $37 million, including the $15 million Series A round that included Boeing in 2018.
Hostplus, Main Sequence Ventures, and former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull are among the contributors. : Hostplus, Main Sequence Ventures, and former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull are among the contributors. Internet of Things (IoT) technology startup Myriota has raised AU$28 million through a Series B funding round, with Hostplus and Main Sequence Ventures being the major contributors. Also adding to this funding round were former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Singtel Innov8, Boeing Horizon, In-Q-Tel, Right Click Capital, and the South Australian Venture Capital Fund.
Singapore's EDBI and Vertex Ventures have participated in the $170-million Series B round for ElevateBio. The post SG Digest: EDBI, Vertex back ElevateBio; IoT Tribe selects 12 startups appeared first on DealStreetAsia.