ArmorCode launches new application security solution

The next-generation application security solution consolidates three key AppSec needs into a single intelligent platform.

Silicon Valley startup ArmorCode has produced a next-generation application security solution that consolidates three key AppSec needs into a single intelligent platform and it's raised $3 million in seed financing to develop it further.

The ArmorCode platform offers a number of features including application security posture management which simplifies AppSec operations by providing a centralized view of all security findings across application and infrastructure security and enables a streamlined CI/CD pipeline. This reduces the risk of security incidents by normalising, prioritising, and correlating findings across various AppSec and infrastructure security tools

It also delivers a seamless DevSecOps workflow that fosters tighter collaboration between developers and AppSec engineers with integrations across leading AppSec, CI/CD, collaboration, and infrastructure security tools. It's other features include SOC2, GDPR, FedRAMP, and OWASP Top 10, plus continuous evaluation of application security controls and relevant security standards.

Nikhil Gupta, Co-founder and CEO of ArmorCode, says: "While software development releases have shrunk from years to hours, enterprise application security processes are still slow, antiquated, and chaotic. ArmorCode has designed a massively scalable agentless platform from the ground up to help modernize application security.

 "We already have a strong remote-first team of more than 25 members and this initial funding will enable us to realise our dream of democratising application security."

 

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