24 FinTech investment rounds from the last week that could tell you about the...
As COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc in the global economy, FinTech companies have continued to raise capital. Here's what the rounds from the past seven days tell us.
Lloyds Bank builds “The Rat” to sniff out fraudsters before they attack
Lloyds Bank has created a new digital security tool to hunt down fraudsters before they have a chance to attack.
Identity verification company ID.me grabs $19m
Users and employee verification company ID.me has raised $19m in a Series B round from FTV Capital.
Singapore police warn of increasing banking-related phishing scams
Police in Singapore have warned the public of an increase in phishing scams after at least 10 people have lost a combined total of $70,000 from the practice since May.
Security startup Wiz enters unicorn club after $130m Series B round
Israel-based cloud infrastructure security company, Wiz raised $130m in Series B funding, bringing its valuation to $1.7bn.
Funding Options adopts open banking solutions even though the industry has far from adopted...
From helping businesses survive the coronavirus crisis to revolutionising finance, Funding Options is bullish about the impact open banking could have as the FinTech embraces the data-sharing scheme.
SecuredTouch closes Series A round on $8m
Israeli mobile security behavioural biometrics startup SecuredTouch has closed an $8m Series A round.
Bot detector Netacea reels in $12m Series A
Netacea, an early-stage bot detection and mitigation firm, has inked $12m from a Series A funding round.
Ethical hacking platform Cobalt bags $29m
Danish cybersecurity startup Cobalt has secured $29m in a Series B round to fund the further expansion of its services.
Identity verification startup Persona nets $17.5m in Series A funding round
Having secured $17.5m in additional funds from investors like Coatue Management and First Round Capital, Persona is now looking to develop its solutions and grow its team.