Automox raises $30 million to protect enterprise endpoints from compromise

The common price of an information breach is sort of $four million, and but 74% of firms say they’ll patch vulnerabilities shortly sufficient as a result of they lack the required employees.

That’s why former HP senior enterprise supervisor and nationwide account director Jay Prassl based Automox, which is growing a platform that automates endpoint configuration, patching, administration, and stock. After rising from stealth in 2015, the Boulder, Colorado-based startup went on to increase $12.6 million in a sequence of funding rounds. This week, Automox nabbed $30 million in a sequence B spherical led by Koch Disruptive Technologies, with participation from CRV and CrowdStrike’s Falcon Fund (in partnership with Accel), bringing its whole raised to over $40 million.

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