Cloud security vendor Zscaler has bagged investment from Google Capital to take its total Series D funding round to $110m (£72m).
The California-headquartered company provides a host of security products including web and advanced security offerings and cloud-enabled networking.
The firm announced today it has secured a $25m investment from Google Capital, to "bolster Zscaler's global expansion, as well as accelerate the growth of the company's technology and customer base," according to a company statement.
Jay Chaudhry, Zscaler CEO, said the investment will be used to expand its global presence.
"We are joining forces with Google Capital to help millions of organisations around the world securely adopt cloud computing, mobility and the Internet of Things," he said. "Our new partnerships will further empower Zscaler to invest in our technology platform and grow our worldwide operations to meet ever-increasing demand."
Gene Frantz, partner at Google Capital, said: "We are big believers in the two unstoppable technology trends that Zscaler is riding: the rise of mobile computing and the evolution from point solutions hosted on-site to integrated cloud platforms.
"We are thrilled to support Zscaler on its journey to make the cloud safer, which is essential for companies and great for the internet overall."
In June, CRN reported that Zscaler was exiting the UK email market.
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