Protenus announced it has received an $11 million investment from a group including Kaiser Permanente Ventures to bring its health data auditing and privacy monitoring platform to more hospitals across North America. The health care compliance analytics company plans on using the funding to accelerate sales and fill customer support positions, while boosting its R&D to expand its platform’s capabilities. Meanwhile, Tel Aviv-based startup D-ID closed out a $4 million seed round for its tools, designed to block facial recognition algorithms from identifying subjects in photos and videos. Editor's Note: The IAPP Privacy Tech Vendor Report features companies offering privacy tech solutions.
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