Vorlon raises $15.7M to strengthen API security

Vorlon raises $15.7M to strengthen API security

"Vorlon API Security"

Delaware-based cybersecurity startup, Vorlon, is ramping up its defenses against possible API (Application Programming Interface) invasions. This response comes as increased API usage could promote a surge in business data vulnerability. Vorlon’s mission is to ensure their clients’ business data remains uncompromised, while at the same time keeping up with the growing API usage trend.

As part of this initiative, Vorlon has raised $15.7 million in funding to bolster its platform’s security. The raised capital will assist in expanding its platform capabilities, attract qualified professionals, and enable them to better safeguard their systems against potential threats.

Vorlon has been successful in revolutionizing API security with the intuitive design of their platform. The founders spotted that traditional security measures often fall short when it comes to modern cyber threats. Hence, they developed a comprehensive and efficient solution. Investors have shown faith in Vorlon’s capabilities and potential, as demonstrated by the recent funding received.

Going forward, Vorlon intends to use the new funding to continue offering best-in-class API security to businesses worldwide. The founders envision a safer digital landscape for businesses everywhere and are committed to achieving it.

Funding boost for Vorlon’s API security

Vorlon’s platform identifies, manages, and monitors potential API misuse, alerting users about possible security risks that need addressing. It offers the capability for immediate protective measures enhancing network security and empowers users with actionable insights, helping them to make informed decisions about network security management.

Vorlon facilitates comprehensive network visibility through its AI-powered platform, enabling businesses to monitor traffic data and detect unusual activity. The startup uses a cloud-based system for seamless and real-time data monitoring. The AI chatbot can be integrated with other applications, providing prompt assistance on issues relating to data security and API connections.

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Vorlon’s early adopters include cybersecurity provider SafeBreach and pre-sales engineering platform Vivun. With its versatile services, Vorlon is gaining traction not only with startups but also established businesses. The demand for its services spans across various sectors, highlighting its growing reputation as an effective tool for businesses.

Vorlon runs a research and development branch in Tel Aviv and plans to use the Series A funding to expand its workforce. The inclusion of diverse industry players like Shield Capital and the co-founders of Demisto in this investment further underscores the strong confidence in Vorlon’s potential.

Steve Loughlin, Partner at Accel, acknowledges Vorlon’s technology could reduce the time gap between threat detection and corrective action to just a few minutes, making it incredibly valuable for businesses across industries. He remains optimistic about the potential impact of Vorlon’s solutions on the future of cybersecurity management.


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