Software Supply Chain Security Startup Kusari Raises USD 8 Million


Kusari, a software supply chain security startup, announced that it has raised USD 8 million in pre-seed and seed funding. J2 Ventures and Glasswing Ventures co-led the seed funding round, which also included previous investor Unusual Ventures.

The Ridgefield, Connecticut-based company was founded in 2022 by members of the Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) and CNCF, who were the original developers of Graph for Understanding Artifact Composition (GUAC), an industry-supported tool for gaining visibility into the supply chain.

GUAC converts software bills of materials (SBOMs) and other supply chain information into knowledge graphs, and Kusari received market validation for GUAC in 2023.

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