Security start-up vArmour announced Tuesday that it raised $41 million for global expansion and to accelerate distribution. Well, that's what the press release said.
CEO Tim Eades said there was another reason: Donald Trump.
VArmour is based in Silicon Valley and generates 60 percent of its revenue overseas, working with government agencies, large banks and telecom companies.
In his travels, Eades said every conversation with every investor and prospective client, whether in Australia, the U.K., Japan or Dubai, has included a lengthy discussion about the uncertainty of what a Trump presidency would mean for international business.