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Privacy Firm OneTrust Now a Unicorn

California-based OneTrust Global Privacy, a privacy, security and third-party risk technology platform, in the second week of July completed a $200 million Series A investment led by Insight Partners. The enterprise software company, founded in 2016, is now valued $1.3 billion. OneTrust’s three primary offerings include OneTrust Privacy Management Software, OneTrust PreferenceChoice consent and preference management software, and OneTrust Vendorpedia third-party risk management software and vendor risk exchange.

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