Zero-trust content security startup Votiro bags Series A


Votiro, a zero-trust content security company, has collected $11.5m in its Series A funding round, which was led by Harvest Lane Asset Management.

With the funds, Votiro hopes to grow its marketing and sales capabilities, with a focus on North America. It will also advance data detection, disarm and analytics services.

The CyberTech company claims to be revolutionising file security and safety by through its enhanced data detection and analytics capabilities and making them accessible as browser- and cloud-based services.

Votiro claims that weaponised files are the most common and evasive attack vectors into businesses. These can enter through multiple enterprise, cloud, portal, 3rd party and collaboration channels.

Files can also carry sensitive business data that can be compromised in use and pose operational and compliance related risks to an organisation.

To protect firms, Votiro offers threat prevention and data privacy solutions to reduce complexity and end enable enhanced security outcomes.

Votiro CEO Ravi Srinivasan said, “Votiro is headed into 2023 on the heels of a strong 2022. Over the past year, we’ve doubled sales in the United States, released new capabilities, expanded our leadership team and Board, and forged new integrations with leading technology partners.

“We have proven the customer value in expanding beyond disarming, and integrating solutions that deliver rich data security insights and analytics into the files and how they are used across the enterprise. This ensures security teams are prepared for known and unknown threats, at the speed of today’s high velocity digital business.”

In other CyberTech news, Israel-based cybersecurity startup offering protection from identity-driven threats raised $10m for its seed funding round.

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