Mobb Raises $5.4 Million in Seed Round  

by Kay Aloha Villamor in April 18th, 2023

Mobb, a Boston, MA-based trusted automatic vulnerability fixer, today announced it has raised $5.4 million in seed funding.

The round was led by angel investor Ariel Maislos and joined by MizMaa Ventures, Cyber Club London, and additional investors from US, EU, and Israel.

In addition, Mobb has also launched a free community version that allows developers to try its automated vulnerability remediation technology.

Mobb automates vulnerability remediations to significantly reduce security backlogs and free developers to focus on innovation. Users simply upload SAST results and follow a few prompts to verify and commit the fixes.

Working with the Cyber Club London community, Mobb has several design partners that have helped test and inform product development to ensure the technology meets enterprise needs.

"After decades of working in application security to help organizations detect security issues, Jonathan and I founded Mobb with the goal of helping organizations make those findings actionable," said Mobb Co-founder and CEO Eitan Worcel. "We are looking forward to bringing our technology to the world and dedicated to our mission of helping organizations become more efficient and more secure."

Company: Mobb

Raised: $5.4M

Round: Seed Round 

Funding Month: April 2023

Lead Investors: Ariel Maislos

Additional Investors: MizMaa Ventures and Cyber Club London

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Software Category: Automatic Vulnerability Remediation

About the Company: Founded by Eitan Worcel and Jonathan Afek, Mobb lets organizations take control of securing applications with trusted, automated fixes that are informed and verified by the developers who own the source code. Organizations are able to act fast to significantly reduce the chances of being impacted by a security vulnerability exploit. CISOs can finally start reporting reductions in vulnerability backlogs, security teams can streamline processes and policies, and developers can quickly execute fixes with more trust and less friction.

Source: Jide Adesesan, Communications Growth Lead at Made By Giants

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