California-based unified data controls company Securiti has secured an investment from Citi Ventures and Capital One Ventures.
The raise followed a $75m Series C funding raise by the company last October. This recent funding round did not see the funding amount disclosed.
Founded in 2019, Securiti’s DataControls Cloud creates a layer of unified data intelligence and controls across all major public clouds, data clouds, SaaS and private clouds. The solution enables enterprises to fulfil key obligations around data security, privacy, governance and compliance.
The company claims that large global organizations rely on Securiti to identify and secure sensitive data, address privacy rights, govern access to data, comply with global data regulations and more.
According to FinSME, Securiti is further expanding its customer reach and helping organizations adopt a Unified Data Controls cloud at scale via accelerated partnership investments with leading Global System Integrators (GSIs) like Accenture.
Securiti plans to use the newly raised capital to further bolster its DataControls Cloud.
Mitiga, a cloud and SaaS incident response firm, recently raised an undisclosed amount in a Series A funding round.
The round was led by ClearSky Security and saw participation from Samsung Next, Atlantic Bridge, DNX and Blackstone.
Mitiga claims its modern approach offers cloud-driven companies a new level of cyber and organizational resilience. By enabling ongoing readiness and compressing the investigation time from weeks or months to hours, Migita’s solution reduces incident-related damage and gets customers back to business fast.
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