December 8, 2022
Application security startup ArmorCode today announced that it has raised $14 million in Series A funding, bringing the total raised by the company to $25 million. The new investment round was led by Ballistic Ventures, with participation from Sierra Ventures, Cervin Ventures, and angel investors. Founded in 2020, the San Francisco-based ArmorCode provides organizations with…

Application security startup ArmorCode today announced that it has raised $14 million in Series A funding, bringing the total raised by the company to $25 million.

The new investment round was led by Ballistic Ventures, with participation from Sierra Ventures, Cervin Ventures, and angel investors.

Founded in 2020, the San Francisco-based ArmorCode provides organizations with visibility into their entire AppSec posture and application programming interfaces (APIs), and helps them automate AppSec workflows to reduce vulnerability triage and remediation time.

ArmorCode’s platform centralizes application security signals from multiple sources, including infrastructure and cloud security, allowing organizations to correlate findings to improve mitigation efforts.

The company claims that its platform can also help accelerate software delivery, improve collaboration between application security and development teams, boost productivity, and ensure continuous compliance.

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