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Kindo aims to take the security stress out of AI workflows
September 23, 2023

Kindo aims to take the security stress out of AI workflows

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Ron Williams, co-founder and CEO of Kindo, knows a thing or two about cybersecurity, having previously led security teams at League of Legends developer Riot Games, shared scooter startup Bird and Alphabet-backed Clover Health. He is now bringing this expertise to the fast-moving world of artificial intelligence (AI) with Kindo, his new AI productivity and security startup

While there’s no shortage of AI startups, Kindo claims to be doing things differently. The platform — co-created by former Google engineer Bryan Vann and former OpenAI employee Margaret Jennings — claims to be the first self-serve AI platform with back-end integration built explicitly for enterprises. 

Kindo, formerly known as ‘Usable Machines,’ aims to solve that problem by delivering enterprise-ready generative AI security, compliance and centralized management, enabling businesses to leverage AI securely and privately. 

The platform enables businesses to connect to any private, open source or commercial AI model, be it ChatGPT or Google Bard, and supports more than 200 SaaS integrations that employees can leverage to create no-code, AI-powered workflows. Kindo does all of this while providing security teams with a back end that enables complete visibility and control over the use of AI within their organization, making it easier for businesses to control who has access to data through PII, content and data filters. ‘It allows you to work within GDPR frameworks,’ Williams said. ‘One of our key features is you can filter PII before the AI model sees it.’

Additionally, the platform offers centralized governance of employee access and permissions, audit logs, usage tracking and analytics for all AI prompts, data and workflows.

‘The sweet spot customer for us is mid-market size,’ Williams said. ‘We can sell into enterprises — and we’re talking to these really large companies — but we’re great for companies that don’t have big investments in data science.’

Kindo, which Williams started in August last year, has already caught the attention of investors. The company raised $7 million in seed funding in June, a round led by Riot Ventures, with participation from Eniac Ventures and RRE Ventures. Other notable investors include Marlinspike Partners, Flexcap Ventures, New Era Ventures, Andrew Peterson (founder of Signal Sciences), and Dave Politis (founder of BetterCloud).


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