Mobb, an automatic vulnerability fixer, secures $5.4 million and launches a community tool

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Mobb, the trusted automatic vulnerability fixer, said today that it has raised $5.4 million in seed funding lead by Angel Investor Ariel Maislos and joined by MizMaa Ventures, Cyber Club London, and additional investors from the United States, the European Union, and Israel. In addition, the business has released a free community version that allows developers to experiment with their automatic vulnerability mitigation solution.

Ante Gulam, CISO, SVP Information Security at SumUp, still remembers his first call with Eitan. I try to help startups when I can, and a friend suggested I get on a call with Eitan.

Eitan asked me for the most pressing problem in my job and I immediately started complaining about how there are so many security tools that produce more and more alerts, and it just makes my job so much harder. I then realized I had no idea what Mobb did yet and it could be another one of those tools.

I was pleasantly surprised, and relieved, when Eitan explained how Mobb would help me fix problems instead of just alert me to them.Mobb empowers enterprises to take control of application security by providing trustworthy, automated fixes that are informed and verified by the developers who own the source code.

Organizations can act quickly to dramatically lessen the likelihood of being impacted by a security vulnerability exploit. Security teams can streamline processes and policies, and developers can quickly execute patches with increased trust and less friction.

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