Telstra’s venture capital is ready to put on investment on the table to come up with a deal with U.S. based cybersecurity startup vArmour.
The startup offers cloud security solutions to enterprises. It has raised as much as $41 million in a Series D round. Telstra has jumped the board as one of the biggest investors for the startup.
vArmour’s security software is designed to provide enterprises a way to protect their precious infrastructure by insulating area that is affected on a network if any attack ever occurs. The solution allows the organizations to stop the spread of threats by patrolling the networking and isolating the problem from within the network.
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