Oasis Security Raises $35M Series A Extension Round

The company helps businesses manage and secure non-human identities used to access workloads.

Published on May. 02, 2024
Oasis Security Raises $35M Series A Extension Round
Oasis co-founders Amit Zimmerman (left) and Danny Brickman (right). | Photo: Oasis Security

Oasis Security, a provider of non-human identity management solutions, has raised $35 million in a Series A extension round co-led by Accel, Cyberstarts and Sequoia Capital. 

The recent growth of non-human identities, or NHIs, such as system accounts, keys and tokens, used for workload-to-workload access has created an expansive new attack surface, according to the company. Oasis’ analytics tools continuously observe how NHIs are used and give operators information on owners, consumers, accessed resources and more based on customizable policies. It also helps operators prioritize vulnerabilities and offers automated remediation action paths.

This latest capital injection brings Oasis’ total venture funding to $75 million. The company plans to invest the money in R&D and go-to-market functions to accelerate its product roadmap and expand its reach to more organizations.

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