Source: GeekWire

Polyverse: Cybersecurity startup Polyverse raises $8M to protect Linux open-source code from hackers

Polyverse raised $8 million to expand the reach of its cybersecurity technology that is used by government organizations and security-minded companies. The Bellevue, Wash. company - a member of CNBC's top 100 startups list - says it stands out from other cybersecurity providers because it helps customers prevent attacks rather than react to them. Polyverse's main product is "Polymorphing for Linux," which scrambles open-source code without affecting its operation, shielding it from hackers looking to exploit weaknesses in the code. Polyverse has been validated by the U.S. Department of Defense for mitigating zero-day attacks, intrusions that occur just as a... Read More

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Alexander Gounares

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Polyverse is a cybersecurity firm that provides endpoint protection, threat detection and response management solutions for businesses. Read more