Skyflow, a data privacy startup founded in 2019 by former Salesforce executives, announced $45 million in Series B funding led by Insight Partners. The round comes two weeks after Skyflow launched a new service for securing financial data, which opens the door to more business with companies that offer banking services and stock trading applications, CEO and co-founder Anshu Sharma said in...
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