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The 10 Hottest Cybersecurity Startups Of 2019

The 10 hottest cybersecurity startups include companies solving challenges around identity control, complying with new privacy regulations, and safeguarding cloud platforms and IoT assets.

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DataGrail

CEO: Daniel Barber

DataGrail was founded in 2018, and in July closed a $5 million Series A funding round led by Cloud Apps Capital to accelerate growth and meet demand from customers and prospects in advance of new privacy laws in California and Nevada. American Express Ventures joined DataGrail’s Series A round in November to help the company advance its mission.

The San Francisco-based company helps businesses operationalize and manage privacy management, including the accessing and deletion of personal data. Discovering and mapping personal data within seconds allows DataGrail customers to reduce inefficiencies and eliminate error-prone processes, while helping them continuously comply with data privacy regulations, the company said.

DataGrail in April landed TrustArc executive Mikhail "Misha" Nikitin as its first vice president of sales to direct the company’s overall sales leadership strategy. Six months later, the company announced a partnership with Okta to make it easier for customers to manage matters of privacy and identity and enable continuous compliance with privacy laws.

 
 
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