Israel-based data protection startup MinerEye Ltd. raised $3.6 million in funding for its software designed to help companies comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation, CTech reports. MinerEye’s software claims to use artificial intelligence to identify and track sensitive information located in databases across an enterprise. “Organizations are inundated with ‘dark data’ — data that is typically unstructured, unidentified and unclassified,” MinerEye CEO and Founder Yaniv Avidan said in a statement. “This dark data is continuously created, modified and stored during regular business activity, but later fails to be governed or reused according to privacy and data protection laws and regulations.” Editor's Note: The IAPP recently released its 2018 Privacy Tech Vendor Report.
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