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[Funding News] CA-based Zendata Secures $2Million in Seed Funding

Zendata, a company that offers solutions for data protection and governance related to artificial intelligence (AI), has raised $2 million in startup money. PayPal Ventures, Geek Ventures, Altari Ventures, and First-hand Alliance (run by Salesforce alumni) led the investment.

Zendata, a company that offers solutions for data protection and governance related to artificial intelligence (AI), has raised $2 million in startup money. PayPal Ventures, Geek Ventures, Altari Ventures, and First-hand Alliance (run by Salesforce alumni) led the investment.

The money will be used by the business to grow its clientele and enhance its platform.
Zendata, which was co-founded by Pedro Pinango and Narayana Pappu, offers solutions for AI governance and data protection that go beyond traditional data mapping.

Its no-code platform provides thorough insights and control over data consumption, empowering businesses to make wise decisions and stay in compliance with laws governing AI governance and data protection that are always changing.

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By resolving privacy issues and reducing the dangers associated with AI adoption, the company helps businesses of all sizes maintain a competitive edge by safeguarding their intellectual property.

In addition, Zendata is reporting that it has been admitted into Race Capital’s (the investors behind Databricks) extremely exclusive Topline programme.

About Zendata

Zendata is a full stack cloud data security platform made to assist compliance, DevOps, and CISO teams in integrating privacy and security policies and procedures throughout their SDLC and asset portfolios.

Privacy compliance solutions must analyse processes across sites, applications, and devices in real-time with business insights generated via machine learning and natural language processing to ensure regulatory threats and fines are avoided. This is because data risk management is becoming increasingly important in light of regulations like GDPR, CCPA, HIPAA, and SOC2.

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