Kazeon Systems, a company that specializes in software used for electronic investigations and discovery of buried network information, just brought in $10 million in sixth-round funding from JK&B Capital, Clearstone Venture Partners, Menlo Ventures and Redpoint Ventures, reports peHub. Based in Mountain View, Calif., the firm had previously banked $65 million in capital since its inception in 2003.

Among the processes it streamlines, Kazeon focuses on information management for advanced security and privacy, record-keeping and compliance and risk calculations.

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