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Daily Dashboard | More funding in the works for privacy-conscious tech startups Related reading: EU AI Act co-rapporteur pushes for final compromise




In two separate articles, TechCrunch reports on new tech startups that include privacy as part of their new products and services. CognitiveLogic, which announced a new round of $3 million in seed funding, aims to allow enterprises to share customer data while keeping it private. “We want to join data between multiple companies without either company having to send the raw data, but gain insights from combining those datasets,” said CognitiveLogic Founder Nick Halstead. “Today, many companies who sell data, and tell the public that they are PII compliant, really are doing the bare minimum,” he added, also noting that the company will focus first on the government, health and finance verticals. Meanwhile, U.K.-based startup Digital Shadows has closed a $14 million Series B funding round on a service that monitors and manages potential risks to an enterprise by tracking its digital footprint online to ensure the enterprise is not unknowingly leaking data.
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