Cyber firm Titaniam bags $6m seed financing

Data protection and privacy company Titaniam has secured $6m from a seed funding round led by Refinery Ventures.

The round also saw participation from Fusion Fund, Shasta Ventures and a range of unnamed individual investors.

Founded in 2019, California-based Titaniam claims it seeks to square the circle between data protection and data usability.

The company provides high-performance encryption-in-use solutions that keep valuable data secure even if the enterprise is breached and its data stolen. It also provides post-attack visibility into any data that was observed, accessed or exfiltrated.

According to Security Week, with Titaniam in use, even a privileged intruder will only see encrypted data.

The new funding will be used to support an aggressive sales expansion as well as further product innovations.

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