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Application Security Company ArmorCode Raises $8 Million

Application security startup ArmorCode today announced that it has received $8 million in additional seed funding, which brings the total raised by the company to $11 million.

The funding round was led by Cervin Ventures and received participation from Sierra Ventures, Tau Ventures, and founders of Demisto and RedLock.

The Palo Alto, Calif.-based ArmorCode emerged from stealth last year with a focus on providing development teams with the means to build an effective application security (AppSec) program, to make apps secure by delivery.

The company says its AppSecOps platform delivers the needed visibility, integration, and automation for a scalable and cost-effective DevSecOps process, and that it can help organizations reduce risks and exposure.

ArmorCode plans to use the new investment to expand the capabilities of its application security platform, as well as its go-to-market efforts.

“With this new funding we will expand our leadership position. We will invest in go-to-market initiatives to democratize application security and enable organizations of all sizes to ship applications securely and ship them fast,” Nikhil Gupta, co-founder and CEO of ArmorCode, said.

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