Laika, an enterprise-ready compliance platform, has scored $50m in a Series C funding round.
The round was headed by Fin Capital and saw participation from Centana Growth Partners, ThirdPrime, Canapi and J.P Morgan Growth Equity Partners.
Following this recent funding raise, this brings the funding raised by Laika to a total of $98m.
New York-based Laika is a compliance platform that lets growing companies compete on the same level as any large organisation.
The firm helps companies design stage-appropriate controls, obtain infosec certifications/audits like SOC 2 or ISO 27001, stay compliant with regulations like HIPAA and GDPR, and build trust with enterprise customers for whom security is a fundamental must have requirement.
Laika also offers solutions for supporting the corporate procurement process, integrated penetration testing, automated security questionnaires, RFPs, and vendor assessments and employee background checks.
According to Laika, it plans to use the newly raised capital to support its continued product development and accelerate sales, marketing and strategic partnerships.
Darwinium, a US-based startup specialising in customer protection, recently netted $10m in a seed funding round led by Airtree and Blackbird.
Darwinium claims it offers a new approach to customer interaction, designed to delight not insult, detect not disable and automate not overload.
The firm said it provides security and protection at scale, with low-touch integration and immediate control. A decision control platform that is future-proofed against new and evolving business challenges.
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