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SA VC firm increases investment into Sendmarc


Kalon Venture Partners, an SA-based venture capital fund has invested an undisclosed amount into Sendmarc. The innovative cybersecurity startup is run by Keith Thompson, Sam Hutchinson (CEO), and Sacha Matulovich.

On the website, Kalon claims to have closed a successful 2021 capital raise in both its funds totaling R100 million each. Among its top investees are: Automated Electronic Fund Transfer solution Ozow, conversational AI service provider FinChatBotProptech marketing company Flowand user-friendly enterprise tool Mobiz.

Sendmarc is an email security company that helps protect your company staff, brand, and customers from email impersonation and attacks from phishing. Sendmarc automates your domain from being used in impersonation. This helps organizations configure SPF, DMARC, and DKIM while authorizing legit senders.

Last year the company was shortlisted as one of the SME entries at the BCX Innovation Awards. Here is a video that explains DMARC (Domain Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance) and how it protects your brand from phishing and impersonation attacks.


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