16 Jan, 2021by Team Included
From Geekwire BY ANASTASIA USTINOVA on January 16, 2021 at 10:00 am– Five years ago, when data privacy was just emerging as one of the most challenging business risks, Raghu Gollamudi spotted a trend.
With new rules for tighter consumer privacy protection looming, freshly appointed chief privacy officers often lacked tools to manage enormous amounts of sensitive data scattered across siloed departments, with some still using spreadsheets to manually store passwords and social security numbers.
Anticipating an urgent demand for holistic security solutions, Kristina Bergman, Uma Raghavan and Gollamudi co-founded Integris, an AI-powered data discovery and classification startup that had raised $16 million before getting acquired by software giant OneTrust last summer.
Now Gollamudi, who resigned from OneTrust last week, is on a mission to help enterprises face their next biggest challenge: getting their diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) strategy right. His latest startup, Included, is building a platform that integrates with all employee data systems to help promote a high retention and belonging culture at scale.
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