The 10 Hottest Cloud Security Startup Companies Of 2022
Investors are still pouring big bucks into cloud security as more and more companies migrate to the cloud
CEO and co-founder: Dean Agron
Headquarters: Tel Aviv, Israel
Last year, Oxeye, a cloud-native application security testing company, emerged from stealth to announce it had raised $5.3 million in seed funding, led by More VC. Oxeye’s solution works by exposing vulnerable flows in cloud-native application code.
In May, Tel Aviv, Israel-based Oxeye announced the general availability of its cloud-native application security testing (CNAST) platform, described as a more advanced solution to identify customer code and open-source vulnerabilities in apps.