PrivacyHawk, a pioneer in personal data protection, is receiving $2.7 million in funding, enabling the company to support growth in sales, marketing, and product development in its mission to protect personal data and reduce everyone’s risk of being targeted by fraud and cybercrimes.
Product enhancements will include additional automation and the use of AI to help identify digital footprint vulnerabilities and optimize the ability to remove those exposures.
ff Venture Capital (ffVC) led the most recent round, which also includes investments from Nufund, Alumni Ventures, AngelList, Gaingels, Duro Ventures, Sandhill Angels, and Seraphim Ventures. ffVC, Tech Coast Angels, Duro Ventures, and Gaingels invested in a prior round.
“Our personal data has emerged as one of the most valuable things about us,” said PrivacyHawk CEO and co-founder, Aaron Mendes. “It also puts us each at enormous risk of fraud, identity theft, hacks, scams, and spam. PrivacyHawk is building a future where people’s data can be automatically protected from falling into the wrong hands by reducing their digital footprints.”
PrivacyHawk aims to pioneer a new category of personal data protection. The product protects individuals’ personal data from falling into the wrong hands, which is becoming one of the most pressing issues facing humanity today, according to the company.
“PrivacyHawk delivers personal data protection through robotic process automation and advanced technology, enabling individuals to confidently navigate the digital landscape without fear of data compromise,” said PrivacyHawk CTO and co-founder, Justin Wright. “We’re committed to a future where everyone has transparency and control over their personal data.”
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