Privacera is Honored to be Included in CRN’s “10 Cloud Computing Startups to Watch”

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Top Cloud Computing Startups to Watch, Helping Safeguard Consumer Privacy.

CRN’s article highlights our CEO Balaji Ganesan, touches on Privacera’s background, and shines light on our latest Privacera Platform 4.0 release that offers new access workflows, an enhanced discovery rule engine and a new encryption gateway

We are highly cognizant of the impact of impetus to migrate to the cloud, and 2021 will be the perfect storm for data governance and compliance in 2021. Next year will spell the end of the “wild west” of information sharing as regulatory legislation around the world will move toward increased control of personally identifiable information (PII) data to safeguard consumer privacy, as countries increasingly follow the lead of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Read more about why 2021 will be the end of the Wild West of Information Sharing in the “10 Future Cloud Computing Trends To Watch In 2021” 

In the meantime, view Balaji Ganesan and Privacera’s highlighted section below:

Privacera
CEO: Balaji Ganesan
Headquarters: Fremont, Calif.

The creators of Apache Ranger founded Privacera in 2016 to extend Ranger’s governance and security capabilities beyond traditional big data environments to cloud-native services and the leading analytics platforms of cloud providers Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform, and big data analytics platform developer Databricks.

The Privacera Platform is a centralized, enterprise data governance and security solution for machine learning and analytic workloads in public clouds. New features in the latest 4.0 version, released in October, include access workflows for faster on-boarding and customized data access, expanded discovery for seamless data tagging in complex infrastructures and an encryption gateway for automated encryption and decryption abilities.

In July, the company announced a $13.5 million Series A funding round to support its expansion and platform investments. Palo Alto, Calif.-based venture capital firm Accel led the round.

To read CRN’s full article about “The 10 Hottest Cloud Computing Startups Of 2020”, clickhere.

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