[SecurityWeek] Identity-Based Access Provider Elisity Raises $26 Million

Identity management provider Elisity on Tuesday announced that it secured $26 million in Series A funding, bringing the total raised by the company to $33.5 million.

The new funding round was co-led by Two Bear Capital and AllegisCyber Capital, with participation from previous investor Atlantic Bridge.

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