Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Harvest.ai Gets $2.3M For Data Loss Prevention Software
San Diego-based Harvest.ai, a startup which says it was created by former, NSA field operation team members, has raised $2.3M in a seed funding. Harvest.ai said it is developing artificial intelligence-based, data loss prevention software, which helps prevent data breaches from organizations. The funding round came from Trinity Ventures. Fred Wang of Trinity joins the company's board with the funding. Harvest.ai is led by Alexander Watson, who previously was at the NSA and also had served at Websense. Prior to funding, the company was known as 405Labs. More information »
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