Arnica Secures USD 7 Million to Protect Software Developers, Code

Arnica Secures

Behavior-based threat detection startup Arnica has raised USD 7 million in a seed funding round led by Joule Ventures and First Rays Venture Partners, with participation from several angel investors.

The Atlanta-based startup, which was founded in August 2021, aims to protect the software supply chain by keeping an eye on developers’ activity to verify the validity of code changes and spot attackers posing as developers. In order to protect both code and developers, Arnica uses machine learning and graph-based behavioral analysis to assist organizations in addressing anomalies and risks in their development ecosystem.

In order to lessen the effects of a potential breach, the company also assists organizations in managing permissions and implementing a least-privileged approach.

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