Cyber security firm Claroty raises $60 million

Cybersecurity for CSOsClaroty, a maker of software to defend factories and industrial plants from cyber-attacks, has raised $60 million from investors including Rockwell Automation, Schneider Electric and Siemens.

Other investors include Singapore’s state-run Temasek Holdings and several firms that participated in the company’s previous $32 million, Series A funding.

Claroty, founded in 2014, focuses on securing industrial networks that run factories, power grids, steel mills, oil refineries and other critical infrastructure.