SourceClear Raises $1.5M Seed Round For Its Software Security Platform
Modern development frameworks and libraries can make writing software quite a bit easier, but at the same time, hackers are also aware of this and they specifically target popular frameworks to find potential exploits. Unless you constantly track alerts and update your frameworks religiously, there is a good chance you end up vulnerable sooner or later. SourceClear believes that the best approach to tackle this problem is to build security tools right into the development tools that developers are already using.
Today, the company announced that it has raised a $1.5 million seed round from a group of investors that include Justin Somaini, the Chief Trust Officer at Box.com and former CSO at Yahoo; Frank J. Marshall, the former VP of Engineering at Cisco Systems Inc.; Amos Michelson, the Chairman of Kardium and Mary Cirillo, a board member at Thomson Reuters (TRI).
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