Axonius Raises $20 Million For Cybersecurity Asset Management Platform

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Axonius, based in New York City, announced it has raised $20 million in Series B funding.

The new funds come from OpenView, the lead investor, Bessemer Venture Partners, YL Ventures, Vertex Ventures, WTI and Emerge Capital. The startups’ total funding is now up to $27 million since its launch.

Mackey Craven, partner at OpenView, is now on the Board of Directors at Axonius.

“Customers tell us that they love how responsive and receptive we are to improving Axonius to help them solve their challenges, and I see that as a huge competitive advantage that we want to maintain as we grow, and we won’t lose sight of that,” said Dean Sysman, co-founder and CEO of Axonius in a blog post.

The company offers a cybersecurity asset management platform that gives clients a total asset inventory, uncovers security coverage gaps, and validates and carries out security polices automatically. It is integrated with more than 135 security and management solutions.