Menlo Security Raises $40M for Malware Isolation Technology

The security startup continues to evolve its isolation technology to help protect organizations from emerging forms of malware.

Menlo Security announced on Dec. 11 that it has closed a $40 million Series C round of funding, which it intends to use to grow its security isolation platform.

The new round, which included the participation of American Express Ventures, Ericsson Ventures and HSBC, brings total funding to date for the company to $85 million. Menlo Security emerged from stealth mode in June 2015 with an isolation platform that makes use of Linux Containers (LXC) to help protect against web-based attacks. The company has since expanded its platform to also protect against email-based threats.

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