GV was among the investors that provided over $110m for data authorisation software startup Veza as it emerged from stealth.

US-headquartered data security software provider Veza has publicly launched with over $110m in funding from investors including GV, the subsidiary of internet and technology group Alphabet formerly known as Google Ventures.

Accel, Bain Capital, Ballistic Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners and True Ventures also took part, as did individuals including Kevin Mandia, Enrique Salem, Lane Bess, Manoj Apte, Joe Montana, Niels Provos and Karthik Rangarajan.

Founded in 2020, Veza has built an authorisation-based software platform designed to protect data across hybrid…

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Robert Lavine

Robert Lavine is special features editor for Global Venturing.