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Secure Blink bags seed funding from US-based venture capital firm

Secure Blink, a DSCI National CoE incubated start-up, has secured an undisclosed amount of funding from Expert Dojo, an early-stage US-based venture capital firm. This investment will enable Secure Blink to accelerate its growth, expand its product offerings, reach new customers in the global market, and enhance its customer support. This funding news underscores the growing importance of application security in the digital age, where cyber-attacks are becoming more sophisticated and prevalent.

Secure Blink, which was established in 2020, has already gained significant traction in the market with its cutting-edge SaaS platform, Threatspy, which empowers developers and security engineers to secure their web applications and APIs proactively.

Tapendra Dev, Founder & CEO, Secure Blink, “We aim to empower organizations to proactively secure their applications and APIs, which tend to be vulnerable, leveraging our heuristic App sec approach. Using a heuristic approach and our custom-built Reachability Framework, Threatspy identifies vulnerabilities and provides a security posture score based on contextual analysis. The platform streamlines the remediation process with its Auto Remediation Playbook and Mitigation Campaign and calculates ROI.”

Vinayak Godse, CEO, DSCI, “Application security market is expected to reach $13.2 billion by 2025, led by the rising frequency of security breaches and cyberattacks aimed at software applications. Businesses acknowledge the significance of protecting software applications from security threats, such as illegal access, data theft, and assaults that can jeopardize the application’s functioning or availability. Secure Blink, an incubated startup at the National Centre of Excellence – DSCI, covers a significant void in the market, and ThreatSpy is a dependable product for the industry.”

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