The cybersecurity platform operator has achieved $160m of total funding through a series D round backed by Osage University Partners.

Corelight, a US-based network detection and response (NDR) platform operator spun out of University of California, Berkeley, has raised $75m in series D funding from investors including Osage University Partners.
Investment firm Energy Impact Partners led the round, which also featured Capital One Ventures, a corporate venturing unit for financial services firm Capital One,  and CrowdStrike Falcon Fund, a vehicle for cybersecurity company CrowdStrike.
Accel, General Catalyst, Insight Partners, HIG Growth Partners and Gaingels filled out the round.

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