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Software company raises $1 million

Security company Cyber-Ark Software is seeking a $15 million second round of funding and has raised $1 million from merchant bank Orama. Dedham, Mass.-based Cyber-Ark raised $6 million in its previous round from Softbank affiliate SCP, Nomura International and Chase Capital Partners/Seed Investments. The company's technology is designed to allow businesses to store and share documents, files, databases and e-mail over corporate networks and the Internet. See complete list.

Security company Cyber-Ark Software is seeking a $15 million second round of funding and has raised $1 million from merchant bank Orama. Dedham, Mass.-based Cyber-Ark raised $6 million in its previous round from Softbank affiliate SCP, Nomura International and Chase Capital Partners/Seed Investments. The company's technology is designed to allow businesses to store and share documents, files, databases and e-mail over corporate networks and the Internet.

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