Pixm Raises $4.3 Million in Seed Round  

by Kay Aloha Villamor in February 4th, 2022

Pixm, a New York-based computer vision cyber security startup, announced that it raised $4.3 million in an oversubscribed seed funding round to protect enterprises from undiscovered, non-traditional phishing attacks.

The round was led by Gula Tech Adventures, with participation from FirstIn™, AIM13 – Crumpton Ventures Partnership, Chaac Ventures, and Precursor Ventures.

This raise will enable Pixm to further deliver its computer vision solution to the enterprise market and fulfill its vision of redefining phishing security on the endpoint.

Company: Pixm, Inc. 

Raised: $4.3M

Round: Seed Round

Funding Month: February 2022

Lead Investors: Gula Tech Adventures

Additional Investors: FirstIn™, AIM13 – Crumpton Ventures Partnership, Chaac Ventures, and Precursor Ventures

Company Website: https://pixm.net/

Software Category:  AI Computer Vision

About the Company: Pixm, a cybersecurity startup that stops zero-day phishing attacks with AI Computer Vision, is led by artificial intelligence experts focused on cybersecurity. It is advised by cybersecurity pioneers, intel community leaders, and successful entrepreneurs. Pixm CEO Founder Chris Cleveland studied machine learning applications in cyber security at Columbia’s SEAS graduate school. Its backers include Tenable Networks Founder Ron Gula and Veracode Founder Chris Wysopal. Pixm Anti-Phishing is the world's first on-device phishing prevention that EXTENDS your existing cloud-based anti-phishing directly onto your devices and shuts down phishing attacks at the point of click using AI computer vision. Pixm’s AI-based browser extension detects and stops credential phishing in real-time right at the point of click — even for those phishing attacks that get past existing security.

Source: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220201005581/en/Pixm-Raises-4.3M-to-Stop-Zero-day-Phishing-Attacks-with-AI-Computer-Vision

 

 


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