ThreatLocker Raises $115M in Series D Funding

ThreatLocker, an Orlando, FL-based global cybersecurity company that offers a Zero Trust endpoint security solution, raised $115M in Series D funding.

The round was led by existing investor General Atlantic, with participation from other major investors StepStone Group and the D. E. Shaw group.

The company intends to use the funds to focus on driving product innovation and accelerate its global expansion.

Founded in 2017 by Danny Jenkins, Sami Jenkins, and John Carolan, ThreatLocker provides organizations with the ability to protect their IT operations with an effective Zero Trust approach to cybersecurity. The product suite provides enterprise-level server and endpoint security by blocking untrusted software, including ransomware, scripts and libraries, and exploits of known and unknown application vulnerabilities through Default Deny Application Control, Ringfencing™, Storage Control, Privileged Access Management, Network Access Control, as well as its new Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR) and Managed Detection & Response (MDR) solutions. With a security tool suite designed to enable organizations to easily and directly control exactly what applications run on their endpoints, customers can rest assured knowing that their businesses are protected using the Zero Trust model framework that protects them from various cyber threats, including unknown malware, ransomware, and exploits for known and unknown vulnerabilities.

Today, ThreatLocker has thousands of partners and protects over 50,000 organizations.