The fact that such a large number of GitHub repositories fell victim to the Octopus Scanner is noteworthy—not necessarily because such attacks are unusual, but rather because of the trend it may introduce. This is the warning offered by Ronen
Lior Levy, co-founder and chief executive officer of source code management and security firm Cycode Ltd., noted that this shows once again that source code remains a critical unprotected asset in organizations
Cycode Raises $4.6 Million in Funding to Deliver Industry’s First Source Code Control, Detection and Response Security
Cycode Raises $4.6 Million in Funding to Deliver Industry’s First SourceCode Control, Detection and Response Security Solution
Cycode, a startup that provides solutions for protecting software source code, emerged from stealth mode on Tuesday with $4.6 million in seed funding.
Cycode, an Israeli security company that aims to protect enterprises’ source code, today announced that it has raised a $4.6 million seed led by YL Ventures. Among others, Mike Fey, the CEO of D2iQ and former president and COO of Symantec; Andy Grolnick,
Cycode’s technology is designed to protect source code from theft, leakage, and manipulation