Israeli BYOD startup Nativeflow raises $7.5M for secure data browsing
Mobile security startup Nativeflow, an Israel-based firm founded by tech entrepreneurs Avi Yehuda and Eitan Bauch, has pocketed $7.5 million in funding to date. The financing was provided by Jerusalem Venture Partners and OurCrowd, according to an exclusive report by VentureBeat.
The technology that Nativeflow uses allows employees to access corporate date through their company's cloud storage in any mobile app. They can also securely share files that are encrypted. What sets the company apart is its ability to prevent IT personnel from getting access to the worker's personal data stored on the mobile gadget. The technology steers clear of personal data. Yehuda said Nativeflow can clearly distinguish between work and personal data, the report explained.
The pricing for Nativeflow's service depends on the size of the client and how it will use the technology, the report added.
As of now, Nativeflow has not yet disclosed any of its clients. The startup is currently establishing itself in its native country, but a US expansion is already being planned, VentureBeat reported.