Pindrop has raised $90m in series D funding from a consortium that included Allegion, Dimension Data, Citi and Alphabet, the latter investing through both GV and CapitalG.

US-based voice authentication technology developer Pindrop collected $90m in series D funding yesterday from investors including Allegion Ventures, the corporate venturing arm of security product maker Allegion. Dimension Data, the IT services subsidiary of telecommunications group NTT, also participated in the round, as did financial services firm Citi’s investment arm, Citi Ventures, and GV and…

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