Integris Software, a data privacy firm in Seattle, has raised another $3 million to help companies prepare for the California Consumer Privacy Act’s Jan. 1, 2020, implementation date, GeekWire reports. Integris has raised $16 million to date. This funding will "help more customers prepare for the CCPA deadline, have a real-time understanding of their data, and be ready to respond quickly and confidently to Data Subject Requests to remain in compliance with regulations," Integris Software CEO Kristina Bergman said. Editor's Note: The introduction to the 2019 Privacy Tech Vendor Report looks into venture capital funding in the privacy tech space.
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