Safety startup Wallarm raises $2.3M after going by Y Combinator
Again in 2013, we lined the seed funding of Wallarm, a “subsequent gen” net safety startup that aimed to guard companies from application-level hacker assaults. The staff of ex-white hat hackers had beforehand helped Russian firms like Mail.ru, Yandex and Parallels to dam safety threats. It’s maybe little shock that, with Russia being a troublesome place to lift cash nowadays, Wallarm re-appeared within the U.S.
It’s now raised $2.three million after going by Y Combinator. The cash has come from Partech Ventures, together with Gagarin Capital (which additionally invested in Prisma, MSQRD), some enterprise safety consultants and YC companions.
The corporate graduated from Y Combinator’s S16 batch and claims it grew to become worthwhile this summer time.
Presently, Wallarm has about 100 paying shoppers, together with enterprises reminiscent of Automattic, Parallels, Wargaming and Yandex, amongst others. It’s making use of synthetic intelligence methods to study hacker assaults and replay them again in a protected means in order that methods can be taught to be extra sturdy.