Industrial cyber security startup Nozomi Networks raises $100 mn

Nozomi Networks, a San Francisco-based industrial cyber security startup, has raised $100 million from its customers and technology partners to build new products and expand sales.
Dollar spending on technologyInvestors include Honeywell Ventures, an investment arm of Honeywell International, as well as In-Q-Tel, the venture capital fund backed by the CIA.

Nozomi Networks specializes in protecting critical infrastructure such as oil, gas, and water, as well as manufacturing facilities, said Chief Executive Officer Edgard Capdevielle.

Its software monitors machines, including valves and pipelines, to see if there are any anomalies and then alerts companies about where urgent fixes are needed to protect the facilities from hackers, said Capdevielle.

The software also tracks down the different machines and devices that are connected to the internet to monitor them.

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