Kristina Bergman.

With the General Data Protection Regulation law set to go into effect later this year, companies are scrambling to make sure they stay compliant with new data privacy rules — that means more business for startups like Integris.

The Seattle-based company just raised another $1.5 million from existing investors Madrona Venture Group and Amplify Partners to help meet demand from customers who are managing customer data.

The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, is a sweeping new data protection law that goes into effect across Europe this May that will change the way tech companies do business anywhere on the continent. The GDPR sets strict new expectations for data handling and carries stiff fines for companies that violate those regulations.

“It has really heated up the data privacy market and created a lot of urgency among companies to ensure they are taking the right steps to be compliant in advance of the deadline,” said Integris CEO and co-founder Kristina Bergman.

Integris has developed a “privacy intelligence solution” that utilizes a combination of machine learning, natural language processing, data mining, and much more to help companies automate how they manage customer data. The software, which operates both on premise …read more

Source:: GeekWire


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