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Apiiro Aims to Weed Out Risky Code With $35M A-Round

Apiiro, a company based in Tel Aviv Israel and New York, said on Tuesday that it received a $35 million A-round investment from Kleiner Perkins and Greylock to fuel sales and marketing for technology it says can help organizations weed out insecure code and risky application development practices. 

The investment marks one of the biggest early stage bets on the fast-evolving market for so-called “DEVSECOPS ”in which development and security teams are closely integrated as part of agile, CI/CD (continuous integration continuous delivery) development processes. 

Apiiro makes technology that can identify and fix security problems during the development process. The company’s Code Risk Platform accelerates development by allowing organizations to identify and prioritize risky code changes before they become part of the development pipeline, said Idan Plotnik, apiiro’s CEO and co-founder. 

The platform uses patent-pending technology to learn the historical behavior of application code, infrastructure-as-code and open source components. It

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No-Code Website Builder Lands $35M In Funding Round


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Law360 (October 7, 2020, 4:51 PM EDT) —
Shogun, a drag-and-drop web design platform for e-commerce enterprises, announced Wednesday it has scored $35 million in a financing round led by Gunderson Dettmer client and venture capital firm Accel as the coronavirus pandemic has pushed many customers to shop online while brick-and-mortar stores closed their doors.

Palo Alto, California-based Shogun said the investment comes as its platform, which helps users create websites without writing code, has seen a surge in popularity amid the pandemic, according

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Shogun raises $35M to help brands take on Amazon with faster and better sites of their own

E-commerce has boomed this year, with more businesses and shoppers than ever before turning to websites and apps as a safer, socially distanced alternative during the current global health pandemic. Today, a startup that has built a platform to help individual companies and brands design better websites is announcing a round of growth funding to help them step up to that challenge with faster and better designed interfaces.

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Shogun, which lets companies build sites that sit on top of e-commerce back-ends like Shopify, Big Commerce or Magento to let them sell goods and services is today announcing that it has raised $35 million in funding after seeing its business growth 182% over the last year, with 15,000 companies — including Leesa, MVMT, Timbuk2 and Chubbies, as well as household Fortune 500 brands that it declines to name — now using Shogun’s tools, up 5,000 in the last eight

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