Secure communications platform ZIVVER has netted $12m in a funding round led by Dawn Capital.
Other participation to the round came from DN Capital and previous backer henQ Capital Partners.
Founded in 2015, Zivver offers a full-stack communications platform which supports secure emails and file sharing. The ISO-authenticated platform is backed by strong encryption tools and flags any unusual behaviour identified. Its solutions are currently used across the healthcare, government and financial services spaces.
Netherlands-based company ZIVVER helps organisations to comply with GDPR requirements on communications and prevents potential data breeches.
Financial services can utilise the platform to ensure security when sharing financial information, employment contracts or company data. Healthcare providers and insurance companies can implement security measures for patient data, medical records and medication lists exchanges.
Through the fresh funding, the company is looking to expand cross-border and cross-sector.
ZIVVER co-founder Wouter Klinkhamer said, “But beneath the hood is a GDPR-compliant platform with end-to-end protection, which addresses human errors, including misaddressed emails and incorrect attachments, all with seamless two-factor authentication at a click of a button.”
This deal is the second RegTech investment completed by Dawn Capital this week. The firm previously led the €2.5m Series A round of Finnish cybersecurity platform HoxHunt, which aims to gamify the online security training of employees.
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