Compliance startup SafeGuard Privacy nabs $7m

The backer was TechOperators.

  • Richy Glassberg and Wayne Matus co-founded SafeGuard Privacy in 2019
  • SafeGuard Privacy plans to use the new funding to accelerate its ability to help businesses to automate compliance
  • SafeGuard Privacy’s clients include Business Online, CafeMedia, Habu, Neustar and Publisher’s Clearing House

New York-based SafeGuard Privacy, a SaaS-based compliance platform, has secured $7 million in funding. The backer was TechOperators.

Richy Glassberg and Wayne Matus co-founded SafeGuard Privacy in 2019.

SafeGuard Privacy plans to use the new funding to accelerate its ability to help businesses around the world to automate compliance.

SafeGuard Privacy’s clients include Business Online, CafeMedia, Habu, Neustar and Publisher’s Clearing House.

“New legal requirements are growing daily and the reputational and financial risks and costs of non-compliance are higher than ever,” said Patrick J. D. Taylor of TechOperators in a statement. “SafeGuard Privacy has created a privacy management platform that works for enterprise companies all the way to SMBs, enabling companies, their law firms, and consultants to collaborate, lower risk and provide continuity. Their game-changing vendor compliance technology reimagines TPRM for a complex world.”

Based in Atlanta, TechOperators is an early-stage venture firm focused on cybersecurity and B2B software.