INKY Technology, an email phishing protection provider, has raised $20 million in Series B round of funding, led by Insight Partners.
Insight has previously invested in cybersecurity companies Darktrace, SentinelOne, Armis, and Tenable.
The addition of the Series B funding brings the total investment in INKY Technology to $31.6 million.
INKY uses domain-specific machine learning and computer vision techniques to identify and block zero-day phishing emails that get through legacy secure email gateways (SEGs). INKY blocks malicious phishing emails each month for a typical customer running an incumbent mail protection system.
INKY adds a color-coded banner to email, providing users warnings, recommendations, and policy guidance, along with a convenient Report this Email link that lets users report phish from their mobile devices with a single click.
INKY is expanding the company’s footprint across Europe, Asia and Latin America, to bring INKY to the global market, said Dave Baggett, co-founder and CEO of INKY.