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[Funding alert] San Francisco-based Opal Security Secures $22M in Series B Round Funding

San Francisco-based Opal Security Secures $22M in Series B Round Funding. Battery Ventures led the round, which raised the total to $32 million. Greylock and Box Group, two previous investors, also participated.

San Francisco-based Opal Security Secures $22M in Series B Round Funding. Battery Ventures led the round, which raised the total to $32 million. Greylock and Box Group, two previous investors, also participated.

The funds will be used by the company to expand its global workforce, scale enterprise customer support, and expedite the development of new products, which will include a new line of visualisation and artificial intelligence products to mitigate identity risk.

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Opal Security is actively employing remote workers for all departments, as well as those located in New York and San Francisco. Under the direction of CEO Umaimah Khan.

Opal Security provides businesses with an identity platform and collects identity and access data to give clients the visibility and defense-in-depth architecture their mission-critical systems require.

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Businesses can identify unusual identity concerns and take quick corrective action. Opal Security is used by clients like Scale AI, Figma, and Databricks to control and modify sensitive access.

About Opal Security

Opal is a cutting-edge identity security technology that prioritises data. Our platform provides a unified view and management of every aspect of your ecosystem, including cloud, SaaS, and on-premises.

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Battery Ventures, Greylock, and a number of the world’s leading security professionals, including Silicon Valley CISO Investments (SVCI), are supporting Opal.

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