REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Oct. 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- eMMs, Inc. secures over $2 Million in company's Series-A round of funding from private South African individual investor to build the cyber data protection fortress, FortKnoxx.
Patent pending, FortKnoxx Fortress Technology (FFT) product B2C: AdCrusher was built to restore a private and ad- and distraction-free PC experience in Q4 2015. After this September's successful seed round and now this closed Series-A round of funding, the one-year-old startup plans to grow organically by gaining trust and momentum with PC and laptop consumers this year and digital device users in early 2016.
In parallel to B2C organic growth, eMMs Inc. expects to see tremendous near-term growth, fueled by the following flagship FFT, B2B product offerings now in rapid, agile software development mode:
(1) FortKnoxx online fortress data repository
(2) FFT RA-D-ar (Risk Assessment-Delta...from... -architecture ...of... reference)
(3) FFT SaaS Health and Financial industry Enterprise web services, process and system
eMMs, Inc. founder and CEO Stephen Sexton's original brainchild is a unique and forward visionary B2C individual Personal Health Record (iPHR) system and site that takes HIPAA and HITECH compliance to the next level. It re-empowers consumers to control their own universal1 Electronic Health Record (EHR) comprised of accurate, consolidated, centralized and integrated sets of EHRs.
The FFT patent pending Intellectual Property was invented for the sole purpose of differentiating eMMs, Inc. RXcloset (RXc) and freeHealthBook (fHB), social media entry point and community-featured lite iPHR. This takes HIPAA and HITECH compliance to the next level above Microsoft HealthVault, IBM Healthcare and similar iPHR providers through: full multiple compliances, active B2B risk assessments, providing professional services level of attention to detail, B2B onsite presence to advise and gain risk awareness within the context of ISO 27001 and 27002 expertise and factoring annual, maintenance and per transaction breach-averse, session network ghosting spectrum.
eMMs, Inc. founder and CITO Robert Thevenet says: "FortKnoxx's initial patent is groundbreaking around the never-before-used session spectrum in conjunction with a complex algorithm and yet-to-be-patented upcoming advanced technology. This allows FFT to manipulate and distribute sensitive data sources, making the actual whereabouts of the sensitive data unknown even if the system is compromised by inside jobs or utter system catastrophe."
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