CloudPassage has grown its headcount to more than 30 employees over the past 12 months and with it the company’s Halo-based portfolio. The company has introduced two new packages above and beyond its free Basic package, two-factor authentication, file integrity monitoring (FIM) and an exposed API for third-party management and interaction. Perhaps the most important capability, however, is support for Microsoft Windows. CloudPassage also recently announced that it landed an additional $14m in funding led by Tenaya Capital, with participation from previous investors Benchmark Capital and Musea Ventures. Brian Melton, managing director at Tenaya, has joined CloudPassage’s board of directors. The company’s previous round was led by Benchmark and saw Kevin Harvey, general partner at Benchmark, join the company’s board. This latest round brings CloudPassage’s total funding to $20.5m, and will likely be used to expand the company’s headcount and fuel the development of additional products.