Ziften, which develops security software, Wednesday announced it has raised $24 million.
The Austin-based startup reported that Spring Mountain Capital led the funding with participation from Fayez Sarofim, an early investor in Ziften.
The company plans to use the money to market its products globally. The company has created security tools that allows companies to deploy throughout their organization within hours. Its software discovers, analyzes and responds to security problems within a network quickly and easily.
In addition to the latest funds, Red Herring recently named Ziften a Red Herring 100 award winner. CIO Review named the company one of the “20 Most Promising RSA Security Solution Providers.” It was also named the top Endpoint Threat Detection vendor on the Cybersecurity 500.
The company, founded in 2009, has raised $35.3 million in venture capital from four investors in three rounds, according to Crunchbase.