(Bloomberg) -- Darktrace, a three-year-old cybersecurity company based in Cambridge, England, that uses artificial intelligence to detect threats, has received a $65 million investment round lead by KKR & Co LP with participation from Japan’s Softbank Group.
The new funding, which also included San Francisco-based venture capital firm TenEleven and existing investor Summit Partners, a London-based growth fund, values Darktrace at more than $400 million.
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