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Threat Detection Provider ReversingLabs Raises $56 Million

Threat detection startup ReversingLabs has raised $56 million in a Series B funding round. To date, the company has raised $81 million.

The new funding round was led by private equity firm Crosspoint Capital Partners. Existing investor ForgePoint Capital also participated.

Threat detection startup ReversingLabs has raised $56 million in a Series B funding round. To date, the company has raised $81 million.

The new funding round was led by private equity firm Crosspoint Capital Partners. Existing investor ForgePoint Capital also participated.

ReversingLabs plans to use the new funds to scale its sales and marketing efforts.

ReversingLabs offer products to help organizations mitigate software supply chain cyberattacks by checking binary integrity, as well as components and build processes, to identify tampering attempts or malicious code injections.

[ Related: CodeCov Bash Uploader Compromised in Supply Chain Attack ]

Recent high-profile software supply chain incidents targeting enterprises and critical infrastructure – such as Codecov, Kaseya, and SolarWinds – have underlined the need for improved management of software integrity, and ReversingLabs seeks to address such challenges specifically.

Founded in 2009, the company claims to be working with large enterprises in sectors such as financial services, defense, software, retail, and insurance.

Related: 1Password Raises $100 Million at $2 Billion Valuation

Related: Finite State Raises $30 Million in Series B Funding

Related: LogicGate Raises $113 Million in Series C Funding

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Ionut Arghire is an international correspondent for SecurityWeek.

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