Kubernetes Security Operations Center (KSOC), a San Francisco, CA-based event-driven SaaS platform, announced that it raised $6 million in seed funding.
The round was led by .406 Ventures, with participation from Vertex Ventures US and Gula Tech Adventures.
Notably, the following individuals have contributed to KSOC’s growth through angel investments and mentorship: Andrew Peterson, Founder, Signal Sciences; Carol Meyers, Former CMO, Rapid7; Jim Manico, Founder, Manicode, and Grant Miller, Founder, Replicated.
This infusion of capital will enable KSOC to accelerate product development and grow its sales and marketing efforts.
Company: KSOC Labs Inc.
Round: Seed Round
Funding Month: February 2022
Lead Investors: .406 Ventures
Additional Investors: Vertex Ventures US, Gula Tech Adventures, Andrew Peterson, Carol Meyers, Jim Manico, and Grant Miller
Company Website: https://www.ksoc.com/
Software Category: Event-driven SaaS platform
About the Company: Kubernetes Security Operations Center (KSOC) is an event-driven SaaS platform built to automatically remediate Kubernetes security risks and enforce least-privileged access control across distributed cluster infrastructures. KSOC reduces an organization's attack surface through Kubernetes Detection and Response (KDR) as well as Kubernetes Infrastructure Entitlements Management (KIEM). KSOC is the security partner of choice for enterprises looking to adopt and scale Kubernetes across their business without impacting development velocity. The event-driven, SaaS platform offers rapid remediation of misconfigurations and vulnerabilities, allowing developers and security teams to secure their workloads at the code level.