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Daily Dashboard | Seed funding helps startup launch privacy-driven NAS device Related reading: Web con: 'Privacy Engineering Live — PBD in Practice'

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Latticework is getting ready to launch its first product Amber, a smart storage platform with artificial intelligence features, after it received $13 million in seed funding from Tyche Partners and other investors, VentureBeat reports. The network-attached storage device uses identity management, data routing verification and two-factor authentication to help ensure data remains protected. Eventually, Co-Founder Pantas Sutardja said he hopes to see Amber evolve into a home assistant. “If it’s going to be [a] data vault where all your data will be collected, why not add [an intelligent] layer that’s private, instead of relying on a public a system that may or may not take your data? We are very, very privacy-driven — we’ll do everything that we can do locally,” he said.
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