Password manager maker Dashlane has raised $110 million in its latest round of funding, the company said Thursday.
The company said Sequoia Capital led the Series D round, with partner Jim Goetz joining the board. Dashlane also said Lyft executive Joy Howard was appointed as its new chief marketing officer and will start in August.
Dashlane said it will invest its latest funds back into its core product and will focus on addressing the needs of its consumer and business customers.
Chief executive Emmanuel Schalit said the company is “only scratching the surface” of its security opportunities.
“Billions of people and millions of businesses around the world feel the pain of digital identity — from breaches to stolen identities and the nuisance of remembering passwords,” said Schalit.
“With this new capital and the addition of Joy to our leadership team, we have the resources to increase our product leadership, grow the team and build the brand that will define the future of digital identity protection,” he added.
Password managers have become all the rage in recent years following a spate of credential stuffing attacks, where hackers take breached usernames and passwords from sites and reuse them on other site accounts. By storing passwords in a single place protected by a master password or a biometric — such as a fingerprint — users can take their strong and uniquely generated passwords with them wherever they go.
Dashlane has raised more than $185 million to date.