RiskIQ, a cybersecurity company based in San Francisco, California, secured $15 million in Series D funding.
National Grid Partners (NGP), the venture and innovation arm of British multinational utility company National Grid, led the financing round, with participation from existing investors, Summit Partners, Battery Ventures, Georgian Partners, and MassMutual Ventures.
Along with the investment, NGP will also provide ongoing strategic and tactical advice and guidance to RiskIQ as it penetrates deeper into the infrastructure, manufacturing, and utility markets.
The new investment will enable RiskIQ to bring its attack surface management, threat detection, and unique threat hunting capabilities to critical infrastructure industries, which face a host of unique security challenges entering the new decade.
According to the company, its cybersecurity platform is deployed by over 6,000 organizations worldwide.
RiskIQ, founded in 2009, has raised over $80 million to date, including a $30.5 million Series C funding round in 2016, led by Georgian Partners, with participation from Summit Partners, Battery Ventures, and MassMutual Ventures.