Burlingame, California-based cybersecurity-focused investor Ten Eleven Ventures announced it has raised $140 million for its second growth fund. The firm, managed by Alex Doll, a digital-security entrepreneur and son of DCM Ventures co-founder Dixon Doll, and investor Mark Hatfield, said it added several new investors into the fund, including Singapore LP Temasek. Ten Eleven said it will work with Temasek to expand geographically, including into Southeast Asia, where the firm says its portfolio companies are aiming to reach when they hit the point of scaling.
In addition, the firm announced it has hired Brian Draves as a partner and chief operating officer. Draves was previously general counsel at Techstars.
Source: Firm blog post
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