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Series C - II | Alive

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$7M | 2 yrs ago



About Privitar

Privitar provides data-privacy management solutions to companies and public sector organizations to protect sensitive data and enable ethical data analysis. Privitar's data privacy platform accelerates and automates the provision of privacy-preserving data, helping customers extract more business value from their data. The company serves the financial services, healthcare, insurance and retail industries. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in London, England.

Privitar Headquarter Location

3rd Floor, Alto Tower 5 Hatfields

London, England, SE1 8DJ,

United Kingdom

+44 203 282 7136

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Data privacy solutions protect company and consumer data while reducing regulatory and privacy risk. These companies include data anonymization and pseudonymization, data discovery and mapping, consent management, and data request management. Data security protects data in use, in transit, and at rest with encryption, tokenization, anonymization, backup, governance, and monitoring.

Privitar named as Challenger among 13 other companies, including OneTrust, Druva, and BigID.

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Privitar's Products & Differentiation

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  • Privitar Data Privacy Platform

    The Privitar Data Privacy Platform provides a modern data architecture that enables organizations to realize the promise of safe, usable data across all of their data sources and environments by: > supporting the diverse combinations of data, purpose and use > applying consistent, auditable privacy policies > streamlining and automating data provisioning > scaling to enterprise data volumes > preserving compatibility with applications and tools > managing regulatory, reputational, and ultimately financial risk.


    Architectural flexibility: the ability to produce consumer specific integrated datasets, streaming, or on demand data 

    Comprehensive range of privacy techniques 

    Data watermarking 

    Massive scale 

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Privitar in 6 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Apr 7, 2022.

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Privitar Patents

Privitar has filed 3 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Computer security
  • Data security
  • Health economics
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Computer security, Data security, Parallel computing, Privacy, Workflow technology


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Computer security, Data security, Parallel computing, Privacy, Workflow technology



Latest Privitar News

Cybersecurity M&A Roundup: 39 Deals Announced in July 2022

Aug 3, 2022

By Eduard Kovacs on August 03, 2022 A total of 39 cybersecurity-related mergers and acquisitions were announced in July 2022. SecurityWeek has also conducted an analysis of the deals announced in the first half of the year. We have cataloged 234 cybersecurity M&A deals , with a surge observed in the first half of June. Adar, an MSP for compliance-based businesses, has acquired Rigid Bits, a company that provides cybersecurity support and services. Both companies focus on the insurance industry. The acquisition of Rigid Bits enables Adar to enhance its capabilities and add cybersecurity, penetration testing, and vulnerability assessments to its offering. Spain-based IT security and support provider AnyTech365 (Anteco Systems) is merging with special purpose acquisition company Duet Acquisition Corp in an effort to become a publicly traded company on NASDAQ. The business combination values AnyTech365 at a $200 million enterprise value and a pro forma market capitalization of $287 million. Private equity firm Atlantic Street Capital has announced the acquisition of assets from CyberGuard Compliance, a CPA firm specializing in IT compliance and cybersecurity audit and assessment services, and the acquisition of Elite Consulting Solutions, which provides IT compliance and cybersecurity consulting and remediation services. Blockchain infrastructure company Blockdaemon has acquired Sepior, a Denmark-based data and digital asset security company focusing on cryptographic key management and protection. Sepior technology complements Blockdaemon’s offering, enabling the company to “foster the distribution of trust, identity, and privacy of keys at scale”. Managed compliance and cybersecurity services provider Cerberus Sentinel has completed the purchase of CyberViking, which provides application security, incident response and SOC services. CyberViking is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Cerberus Sentinel, which said the deal helps it expand its international reach and broaden its cybersecurity expertise for healthcare and industrial controls systems (ICS) customers. Ireland-based mobile and cloud security firm CWSI has acquired Mobco, a modern workplace and mobility specialist based in Belgium and Luxembourg. Mobco becomes a subsidiary of the CWSI Group, which said the deal creates one of Europe’s largest teams of enterprise mobility and security experts. N-able, which helps IT services providers deliver remote management and security solutions, has acquired Netherlands-based Spinpanel in an effort to accelerate its cloud strategy. Spinpanel provides a Microsoft 365 management and automation platform that enables cloud solution providers to automate provisioning, security and management. Enterprise data provisioning and privacy software provider Privitar has bought Kormoon, which helps organizations remain compliant with data rules. Both companies are based in the UK. Kormoon’s technology will be used to extend the functionality of Privitar’s data privacy and provisioning offerings. Threat intelligence giant Recorded Future has announced the acquisition of Netherlands-based malware analysis firm Hatching. The transaction enables Recorded Future to extend its intelligence coverage with automated malware analysis. Hatching’s Triage malware sandboxing solution will be integrated into Recorded Future’s ecosystem. Integrated risk management (IRM) software solutions provider Riskonnect has acquired Castellan, which specializes in business continuity and resilience. The deal accelerates the growth objectives of both companies. Riskonnect customers gain access to Castellan’s business continuity and operational resilience solutions, while Castellan customers benefit from Riskonnect’s expanded IRM product capabilities. Sourcepass has acquired two MSP/MSSP companies: SSD Technology Partners and Total Technology Solutions. The acquisitions will help the company expand its cybersecurity offering and expertise, among others. Total Technology Solutions will operate as a subsidiary of Sourcepass, while SSD will be integrated into the company. Stryve, an Ireland-based firm offering cloud security and data protection solutions, has acquired UK-based creative agency Atticus Creative, which has been rebranded Stratticus. Atticus Creative, acquired in a €1 million deal, will enable Stryve to expand its offering — Stryve clients will be offered website design and user experience services, while Atticus clients will be provided security services.

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Privitar Rank

  • When was Privitar founded?

    Privitar was founded in 2014.

  • Where is Privitar's headquarters?

    Privitar's headquarters is located at 3rd Floor, Alto Tower, London.

  • What is Privitar's latest funding round?

    Privitar's latest funding round is Series C - II.

  • How much did Privitar raise?

    Privitar raised a total of $148M.

  • Who are the investors of Privitar?

    Investors of Privitar include HSBC Venture Capital, IQ Capital, Partech Partners, Salesforce Ventures, Accel and 16 more.

  • Who are Privitar's competitors?

    Competitors of Privitar include Fortanix, Immuta, ShardSecure, Enveil, Sarus, D-ID, MDClone, BigID, Collibra, Privacy Dynamics and 37 more.

  • What products does Privitar offer?

    Privitar's products include Privitar Data Privacy Platform.

  • Who are Privitar's customers?

    Customers of Privitar include ABNAmbro and NHS Digital.

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