Cerbos, a London-based open-source software startup raised $ 3.5 million (£ 2.63 million) in a seed funding round within a year of its launch to help companies manage software permissions.
The funding round was led by Crane with the support of Earlybird Digital East, Seedcamp, 8 Bit Capital, Connect Ventures, OSS Capital, Acequia Capital, HelloWorld, and Tiny.
Several angel investors have also invested in the company, including Guillaume Pousaz, Paul Forster, Mike Stoppelman, Jeff Trudeau, Chris Barchak, and Pete Koomen.
Round: Seed Round
Funding Month: November 2021
Lead Investors: Crane
Additional Investors: Earlybird Digital East, Seedcamp, 8 Bit Capital, Connect Ventures, OSS Capital, Acequia Capital, HelloWorld, and Tiny
Company Website: https://cerbos.dev/
Software Category: self-hosted access management solution
About the Company: Founded in 2021 by former Google employee Emre Baran and serial entrepreneur Charith Ellawala, Cerbos software is language agnostic and is intended for software engineers, developers, compliance officers, and chief information security officers. Cerbos aims to help tech scaleups and enterprises manage permissions in their software stacks more efficiently. Cerbos provides complete authorization for your product while enabling collaborative management of permissions.