Here are the day’s funding stories:
IDG seeks $100M
While snooping through SEC filings today, we saw that IDG Ventures‘ San Francisco team has been out shaking down the moneybags of Silicon Valley and beyond. Read the rest on VentureBeat.
Ionic Security picks up $25.5M
Good luck keeping sensitive data secure amid the age of BYOD. Ionic Security has been trying to help a few huge companies with that monumental task. Now it’s looking to expand its impact and sign up many more customers, with the help of a $25.5 million funding round. Read more on VentureBeat.
Cylance snares $20 million
Trust the math! That’s the mantra of Stuart McClure, chief executive of Internet security provider Cylance, which just raked in a $20 round lead by a bevy of heavy hitting investors including Kholsa Ventures, Blackstone, and Fairhaven Capital. Get the scoop on VentureBeat.
Acompli raises $7.3M
Get a load of this: A startup thinks we can be far more productive when we’re “working” on our smartphones. San Francisco-based Acompli has spent the better part of a year crafting an iPhone application to help people get meetings on the calendar more quickly, easily find the right files to attach to new emails, access threads between key contacts, and send location information in a map. Get the whole story on VentureBeat.
Inpria gets $7.3
Portland, Ore.-based Inpria, a semiconductor components maker, has received $4.7M of a committed $7.3M financing. The round was led by Samsung Venture Investment Corporation with participation from Intel Capital and existing investor Applied Ventures, the venture capital arm of Applied Materials, Inc.. Read the press release.
ThreatStream takes $4M
Cyberattacks keep making headlines. No wonder investors keep finding security startups to back. Today, ThreatStream is showing off its new funding, a $4 million round led by Google Ventures. Paladin Capital Group, Cloudera chief executive Tom Reilly, and former ArcSight chief executive Hugh Njemanze also participated in the round. Read the rest on VentureBeat.
TiqIQ raises $1.7M
Sure, you could build a nice business around selling tickets to sports games and concerts. TiqIQ has done that. But lately it’s been wending its way into a more fascinating position: slinger of data about which sites still have tickets to a game and how much those tickets cost. Read more on VentureBeat.