Calfornia-based, Bastille, an IT company that provides wireless threat intelligence tech for banking raised $44 million led by Goldman Sachs Asset Management in a Series C funding round.

Bessemer Venture Partners actively backed the round. After this round, Zartasha Chaudhry will join the board and help Bastille to accelerate growth.

Bastille Raised $44M Series By Goldman

CEO of Bastille, Chris Risley said that the funds raised will help Bastille to explore more opportunities and expand its operation.

Bastille is a tech company specializing in wireless threat intelligence systems for fintech companies. Bastille provides visibility for wireless, known, and unknown networks inside enterprise corporate space. This technology is known as IoRs (Internet of Radios). Bastille’s patented software uses ML and defines radio technology to sense, identify, and eliminate threats. It offers the security team the ability to tackle threats before they could harm network infra.

Moreover, the Bastille shows the location of devices that violate any policy and can easily integrate with the existing systems.

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