Security firm Finjan raises $22 million

The company, which sells Web gateway security software to the corporate market, plans to expand its sales and marketing infrastructure with the money.

Finjan

Finjan, which sells Web gateway security software to the corporate market, announced Wednesday a $22 million investment round.

HarbourVest Partners led the round, which also includes Benchmark Capital, Israel Seed Partners, Benhamou Global Ventures, and Cisco Systems.

San Jose, Calif.-based Finjan said it plans to expand its sales and marketing infrastructure with the money.

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