The round was led by March Capital alongside existing investors Balderton, Latitude, Sequoia Capital and Accel and new investor Schroder Adveq.
Tessian is pioneering a new approach to cybersecurity and defining a new category of security software called Human Layer Security. Today, 90% of today’s data breaches are caused by some form of human error because, for decades, cybersecurity software has focused on the machine layer of an organization and not the most vulnerable asset: the people.
This new round of funding brings Tessian's total funding to date to over $120M. Balderton led Tessian's Series A in 2018.