Secureframe raised $56 million to help businesses meet security standards. Check out the 11-slide pitch deck that brought in Kleiner Perkins and Google’s Gradient Ventures.
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- Cybersecurity firm Secureframe has raised $56 million in a Series B funding round.
- The startup was backed by VC giants like Kleiner Perkins and Google’s Gradient Ventures.
- Insider got an exclusive look at the pitch deck Secureframe used to bring investors on board.
Cybersecurity firm Secureframe recently raised $56 million in a Series B funding round, backed by Silicon Valley mainstay Kleiner Perkins and Google-owned Gradient Ventures.
Founded just over two years ago, the San Francisco-based startup triples the $18 million it raised as part of a Series A round last year, and has recruited former Salesforce VP Seema Kumar as chief operating officer.
CEO Shrav Mehta launched Secureframe in 2020 with a focus on “SOC 2” and “ISO 27001” security credentials — internationally recognized compliance standards.
Secureframe’s platform allows users to gauge whether or not their organizations are up to standard and, the company says, make the adjustments they need in weeks, rather than months.
“Secureframe is onto something big,” said Mike Viscuso, a partner at VC firm Accomplice, which led the round. “They have the vision, the talent, and the technology to drive major transformation in continuous compliance certification.”
Secureframe was also backed by Optum Ventures, Kaiser Permanente, Soma Capital, Gaingels, Impatient Ventures, and Flexport.
Check out Secureframe’s pitch deck: