CertiVox receives $8 million

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CertiVox is a London-based security company that sells information security infrastructure-as-a-service and provides enterprises with a multi-factor online authentication solution. CertiVox has raised $8 million in Series B funding from NTT Docomo Ventures and Octopus Investments. CertiVox has raised a total of $17 million in funding.

CertiVox will use the new round of funding to accelerate development and the reach of its M-Pin Strong Authentication Platform. M-Pin is a software-based multi-factor authentication platform that replaces password-based logins without needing third party authentication devices. CertiVox now has over 100 customers using its technology including Intel and Bosch. CertiVox will also use the funding to expand sales, marketing, business development, and partnership expansion.

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