Snyk Stock

snyk.ioEnterprise SoftwareFounded: 2015Funding to Date: $454.51MM

Developer of security analysis tools designed to identify open-source vulnerabilities. The company's security analysis tools secure authoring and consuming of open-source code and offer tools that help to find, fix and monitor known threats in open source dependencies, enabling enterprises and developers to use open source without compromising security.

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Team

Management Team

Kenneth MacAskill
Chief Financial Officer
Danny Grander
Co-Founder & Executive of Security
Aner Mazur
Chief Product Officer
Peter McKay
Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Geva Solomonovich
Chief Operating Officer
Gareth Visagie
Chief Architect
Guy Podjarny
Co-Founder, President & Chairman
Assaf Hefetz
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer

Board Members

Guy Podjarny
Snyk
Peter McKay
Snyk
Edward Sim
Boldstart Ventures
Matthew Weigand
Accel
Kenneth Fox
Stripes
Philippe Botteri
Accel

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News

DevSecOps platform Snyk is getting into cloud security with the acquisition of Fugue, a provider of cloud security posture management (CSPM).
Extra funding takes Series F round to approximately £436m, with London company now worth more than £6.4 billion
Snyk, the company behind an open source security scanning platform, has extended its series F round of funding by another $75 million.