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Sonrai Security Raises $20M to Uncover and Map Cloud Platform Security Risks

Author: Sonrai Security Marketing | Date: October 27, 2020
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AlleyWatch caught up with CEO and Co-founder Brendan Hannigan to learn more about Sonrai Security and its funding round, which brings the total funding amount to $38.5M across two rounds since being founded in 2017. Below is an excerpt from the interview.

Who were your investors and how much did you raise?
This was a $20M Series B round led by Menlo Ventures with full participation from founding investor Polaris Partners and Series A lead investor Ten Eleven Ventures.

Tell us about the product or service that Sonrai Security offers
The Sonrai Dig platform automatically uncovers identity, data and cloud platform risks, automatically eliminates these risks, and continuously monitors to ensure new risks and unusual activity are quickly identified. Sonrai Dig builds a comprehensive graph detailing every relationship between identities (people and non-people) and data that exist within cloud platforms like AWS, Azure, GCP, and Kubernetes. DevOps-specific workflows represented graphically as swimlanes enable easy escalations, certifications, and risk-exception handling and provide role-based access control for development, security, cloud, and audit teams, to ensure adherence to policy.

To read the complete interview, visit Alleywatch.

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