Trackd, a startup founded by former NSA engineer Mike Starr, has received USD 3.35 million in seed funding for the development of technology to automate the remediation of software vulnerabilities.
According to the business, Flybridge provided the funding, with Lerer Hippeau, SaaS Ventures, and Expa also contributing. Trackd, a company based in Reston, Virginia, is developing new technology to assist in resolving the challenging issue of vulnerability management. On Tuesday, the business unveiled a beta product with the aim of assisting defenders in installing patches without worrying about disruptions.
The business is currently developing a platform that uses a lightweight agent to gather metadata about the operating system and all installed applications in collaboration with design partners and beta users.
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