VulnCheck, a Massachusetts-based start up with ambitious plans in the vulnerability intelligence industry, has secured USD 3.2 million in seed funding from a number of notable investors. In-Q-Tel, Lux Capital, and Aviso Ventures all had equity stakes in the early-stage financing round, which was headed by Sorensen Ventures.
The Lexington, Massachusetts-based company VulnCheck is developing technology that it claims will provide exploit intelligence for prioritizing vulnerabilities as well as an early-warning system for in-the-wild software exploitation activity. Anthony Bettini, a former CEO of FlawCheck and Appthority as well as the former head of Tenable research, created VulnCheck in 2021.
In a field that includes threat intelligence, attack surface management, red-teaming, and penetration testing, the company has ambitious plans.
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