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Transcend helps companies give their users control over their data.
Transcend is the data privacy infrastructure that makes it simple for companies to give their users control over their personal data. Personal data is disorganized, hard to spot, and stored across many systems. That makes offering data rights—like deleting your data—very hard for companies. Transcend automatically fulfills data subject requests inside companies, across all of their data systems and vendors. Transcend also provides their end-users with a control panel, or “Privacy Center”, hosted at privacy.company.com where users can manage their privacy preferences, export their data, or delete it. By making data subject requests painless for companies, Transcend is putting users everywhere in the driver’s seat of their personal data.
“At Robinhood, we empower our customers to take greater ownership of their financial future, and we believe this extends to their personal information. Transcend’s data privacy infrastructure helps facilitate the way we give customers control over their data.” — Karthik Rangarajan, Head of Security at Robinhood
Podcast: Data privacy deep dive with Transcend's Ben Brook
This Week In Startups – Oct 22, 2020
U.S. tech venture investing gets a boost from pandemic
Nasdaq – October 1, 2020
Study finds 93% of US citizens would switch to privacy-conscious organizations
IAPP–August 19, 2020
Exclusive: Poll reveals Americans' data privacy frustrations
Axios—August 13, 2020
Privacy tech vendors, investors offer best practices for fundraising
IAPP – July 8, 2020
Apple gets it. Privacy has a user experience problem
Fast Company – June 25, 2020
Startup That Offers A Virtual Kill-Switch For Consumers To Delete Data Raises $25 Million
Forbes – Jun. 10, 2020
Roundup: Investments To Watch From Our 2019 Seed Series
Crunchbase News – Jan. 2, 2020
Transcend, a startup focused on privacy, raised $3.95 million seed round led by Accel
Business Insider – Apr. 4, 2019