Email security solution Zivver closes a $17m investment

Zivver, a secure communications platform, has closed a $17m investment round, which was led by DN Capital.

Participation to the round also came from new investor SmartFin and return backers henQ and Dawn Capital. ABN AMRO Bank also supplied the company with innovation credit.

Funds from the round will be used to support the international expansion of the platform into the UK and other markets. Capital will also be used to support the development of the technology, including expanding the use cases of its tools to digital signatures, secure forms and secure video.

Zivver provides businesses with tools that safeguard the communication data to ensure compliance is met and data leaks are prevented. Its technology protects information sent via email or file transfer before, during and after sending.

Zivver CIO and co-founder Rick Goud said, “The onset of the global pandemic has hastened organisations’ need for a secure communication platform to support remote workers. This investment will accelerate the realisation of our vision to help organisations, especially in regulated industries such as government, legal and healthcare, to achieve safe digital communications.

“With 40% of Dutch hospitals and local government and the entire Dutch Judicial System as customers, Zivver’s technology is proven to safeguard people’s personal data, which is essential as data protection regulations continue to evolve.”

With the close of the round, the RegTech has raised a total of $30m in funding. The company previously raised $12m in 2018 from Dawn Capital, DN Capital and henQ Capital Partners.

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