(Bloomberg) -- CrowdStrike Inc., whose digital security services helped the Democratic National Committee respond to a network breach that was linked to Russia, raised $100 million in its latest funding round.

The new money, led by investor Accel, values the company at more than $1 billion, CrowdStrike said in a statement Wednesday. With the latest investment, Irvine, California-based CrowdStrike said it has raised a total of $256 million.

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