Data Privacy Startup Skyflow Earns $30 Million in a Series B Financing, Headed by Khosla Ventures and Others

Skyflow, a data privacy business, raised $30 million in an expansion of its Series B fundraising round headed by Khosla Ventures

Skyflow, founded by Anshu Sharma and Prashant Saha, has established itself as a market leader in data privacy vault services.

These services are critical for businesses wishing to protect their customers’ sensitive information.

Skyflow runs on an encryption platform called polymorphic encryption which, according to the company.

The company said it has had a good adoption rate among users, supporting billions of records of user data for clients like GoodRx, Lenovo, and Hippocratic AI.

Skyflow meets one of the most urgent global privacy needs and allows businesses to comply with various data localization rules across the world.