The start-up, which was incubated by IIT Bombay, has previously received funding from Anand Chandrasekaran, former Snapdeal chief product officer, and Flipkart chief financial officer Sanjay Baweja. It helps enterprises assess risks to their IT infrastructure.
"Typically, our angel investors have invested in the range of about $50,000-100,000 individually," Lucideus co-founder and CEO Saket Modi told PTI without disclosing the size of the latest round of funding.
Lucideus will use the funds for expanding its team and business operations.
"The funding has also to do more with the mentorship that our angel investors provide. We have started building our own platform that should be ready by next year. We will also use the investment to strengthen our team to 100 people by the end of year (from 70)," Mr Modi said.
He added that the company saw its topline growing 250 per cent to Rs 4.2 crore for fiscal year ended March 2016 and expects to close this year with about $1.5-2 million (about Rs 13 crore).
The city-based company works with companies like Coca Cola, Tata Sky, ICICI Bank, Standard Chartered, Indigo and KFC, among others. It is also responsible for the security of the recently launched Unified Payments Interface (UPI).
Mr Choudhary said Lucideus has shown significant growth in the last four years of their business, one of the reasons why he invested in the company.
"They have a strong business model. Cyber-security is going to play a key role in the days ahead and I hope to help Lucideus build a global business," he added.
The company gets about 25-30 per cent of its revenues from clients across geographies including the US, Hong Kong and Middle East, Mr Modi said.