Immuta closes its Series D round on $90m

Immuta closes its Series D round on $90m

Immuta, which enables teams to control access to cloud data, has closed its Series D round on $90m to further its position in the market and capitalising on the rising demand for its services.

NFTs Explained in 60 Seconds

Let’s talk NFTs, aka non-fungible tokens. These unique digital assets often take the form of virtual art. Think: a tweet from Jack Dorsey and Disney characters like Elsa or Wall-E. It’s like a new take on collectibles. Still don’t get it? Watch us break it down for you.

“The Great Data Migration” and Cloud Data Security: Matt Carroll Keynote

Immuta CEO, Matt Carroll, kicks off the All Access Tour in New York City with a captivating keynote describing about Data Security and the Modern Data Stack.

Matt details “The Great Data Migration” and forces driving enterprises towards the modern data stack, the 3 core pillars of cloud data security, and how data security has forged a symbiotic relationship between the CDO, CISO, and CIO.

Want to learn more about Cloud Data Security and what Immuta is doing to protect the world’s best companies from data breaches? Visit

What is Immuta? Immuta’s Second Act in 2022

What is Immuta? Everything is about connecting to data. We are the market leader in universal cloud data access control, with scale in our DNA. Empower both data and security teams to manage data policies. Start scaling data security across your modern data stack. Learn more at

About Immuta: Our 2021 Year in Review

From raising $90 million in Series D funding to increasing revenue more than 100%, 2021 was a pivotal year for Immuta. Learn more about Immuta and watch the highlights for yourself in this video. Need more? Visit us here:

Aumni closes Series B to bolster its offering to customers

Aumni closes Series B to bolster its offering to customers

Investment analytics platform Aumni has closed its Series B round on $50m to help it increase its customer base.

The Savannah Bananas Vs. The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (Round 1)

Banana Ball Rules:
1. Every Inning Counts: The Team with the most runs at the end of the inning gets a point, the team with the most points wins the game! In the last inning, all runs count for a point!
2. Two Hour Time Limit
3. No Stepping Out of the Batters Box
4. No Bunting
5. No Mound Visits
6. Walks are Sprints
7. If a Fan Catches a Foul Ball it’s an Out
8. Batters Can Steal First
9. One on One Showdown Tiebreaker

Interoperability, Game Ecosystems and Web3

Interoperability between game ecosystems and economies has been held up as a possibility that is opened up by decentralized protocols, blockchain technologies and web3 – but until now, it has mostly been a pipedream rather than a reality. But now two web3 companies, metaverse avatar developer Ready Player Me and open-world shooter developer Faraway Games, have partnered up to deliver on the promise of interoperable game worlds. Your host, Niko Vuori, chats with Alex Paley, Founder & CEO of Faraway Games and Timmu Toke, Founder & CEO of Ready Player Me, about interoperability, closed vs open game ecosystems and the promise of web3.

00:00 – Start
03:02 – Faraway Games/Interoperability
05:32 – Ready Player Me / Web3
09:48 Why does Interoperability matter?
15:12 – Positives vs Negatives
21:20 – UGC assets
26:02 – Avatars
29:05 – Economic Interoperability
32:48 – Blockchain / De-centralisation
36:50 – Crosschain Interoperabilty
38:43 – What’s next?
45:08 – Outro

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Who’s On:
Alex Paley:
Timmu Toke:
Niko Vuori (Host):

If you would like us to discuss any other gaming-related topics, do reach out at [email protected]. We’d love to hear your general thoughts and feedback too!

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