Per a bunch of reports that have popped up on Twitter this morning, Veriflow — a company started here, with ties that remain at the U of I Research Park — has landed a $8.2 million Series A funding round.

Check out the information from Twitter, namely TechCrunch and their own feed, and the press release:

Menlo Ventures leads $8.2 million funding round as Veriflow takes next steps in adoption of mathematical network verification

San Jose, Calif. – July 6, 2016 – Veriflow, the network breach and outage prevention company, today announced that it has raised $8.2 million in Series A funding, led by Menlo Ventures along with current investor New Enterprise Associates (NEA). The company will use the funding to build its sales force, hire new engineering talent and increase marketing efforts to further drive the company’s technological innovation and growth as well as industry awareness of mathematical network verification.