The 10 Hottest Cloud Security Startups Of 2021
The 10 hottest cloud security startups include companies finding cloud vulnerabilities and misconfigurations, monitoring managed and unmanaged datastores, and identifying overprivileged users and incorrectly assigned permissions.
CEO: Dean Agron
Oxeye was founded in 2020, and the company in November closed a $5.3 million seed funding round led by MoreVC to complete product development, increase mindshare around the company’s novel approach, and expand sales, marketing and operations. The Tel Aviv, Israel-based company employs 17 people just 13 months after it was established, according to LinkedIn.
The company is looking to protect the world’s most popular web applications with next-generation cloud-native application security testing. Currently in Beta, the Oxeye security testing platform is built for AppSec, Dev, and DevOps teams, helping to shift security left while accelerating development cycles, reducing friction, and eliminating risks.
Oxeye’s offering overcomes the challenges imposed by the complex nature of modern architectures. This positions the technology to disrupt traditional application security testing (AST) approaches by offering a multi-layer, contextual, effortless and comprehensive platform designed to ensure that no vulnerable code ever reaches production.