UPDATE: In an SEC filing, Cybera officials say 35 investors have pumped $4.4 million into their company.
Cloud-based security and application services outfit Cybera announced today that it has closed a Series D funding round. The company says it hopes to use the new round of capital to help accelerate its growth plans on the heels of a number of big contract wins.
According to the announcement, which did not include a dollar amount for the round, the Cybera team has recently signed some Fortune 100 companies, adding to its global footprint.
“With some recent wins, such as ExxonMobil, we are poised for a very strong year of growth,” said CEO and President Cliff Duffey. “This new capital will allow us to ramp our staff and inventory to meet the tremendous new order volume that comes with these new customer deployments.”
Participating in the round were Adams Street, Chrysalis Ventures, Claritas capital, and several of Cybera’s existing angel investors. The latest investment comes about 10 months after Cybera, which has annual revenues of about $25 million, said it had wrapped up its last round.