Healthcare cybersecurity company ConsenSys Health acquires FHIRBlocks. InfoSum and Monte Carlo close a Series B and Series C funding round, respectively.
Mergers and Acquisitions
Otava, a Michigan-headquartered cloud solutions provider, has announced its acquisition of NewCloud Networks, a Colorado-based cloud computing services provider. The acquisition provides Otava a product portfolio that includes security services, cloud backup, disaster recovery, remote desktop, production cloud, and a comprehensive managed security toolset.
ConsenSys Health, a New York-based deliverer of Ethereum-based solutions for cybersecurity, compliance, bioethics, and identity in the healthcare industry, has acquired FHIRBlocks, which specializes in secure patient data-sharing tools. “FHIRBlocks provides the functionality required for patient privacy and data-sharing consent,” said founder and chief executive officer of ConsenSys Health Heather Flannery.
InfoSum, a London-based data privacy startup providing businesses a platform for secure data sharing, has secured $65 million in a Series B funding round led by Chrysalis Investments, which backs disruptive technology startups.
California-based data observability startup Monte Carlo has secured $60 million in a Series C funding round headlined by ICONIQ Growth, with participation from Salesforce Ventures along with existing investors including Accel, GGV Capital, and Redpoint Ventures.
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