[SecurityWeek] DevSecOps Startup Oxeye Emerges From Stealth With $5.3 Million in Funding

DevSecOps startup Oxeye emerged from stealth mode on Tuesday with a cloud-native application security testing platform and $5.3 million in seed funding.

Currently in Beta, the company’s automated platform is designed to help developer, security and DevSecOps teams identify and address code vulnerabilities before they reach production.

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