Nuro Secure Messaging, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based cognitive enterprise-grade secure group-messaging and collaboration platform, raised $2.6m in funding.
Backers included Erez Kreiner, former director of Israeli security in Europe and director of Israel’s National Cyber Security Authority.
The company intends to use the funds to grow the product and brand on an international scale.
Led by J.R. Smith, co-founder and executive chairman, Nuro Secure Messaging provides a cognitive enterprise-grade secure group-messaging and collaboration platform designed for employees and external partners for corporations, government agencies and the military to communicate in a controlled and compliant private messaging environment. Nuro can analyze patterns in messaging and provide predictive analytics for organizations to ensure that their business communications stay in the workplace and that breaches are detected, and prevented and allows companies to secure messages, documents, etc. by creating messaging policies that demonstrate compliance to regulations worldwide (that mandate secure content transfer and is auditable).
The company, which serves international customers in such industries as finance, healthcare, law and advertising, also has offices in NYC and London.