Boston-based startup Mobb has successfully raised $5.4 million in seed funding, led by angel investor Ariel Maislos and supported by MizMaa Ventures, Cyber Club London, and other investors from the US, EU, and Israel. The new funds will be used to expand Mobb’s operations and extend its reach in the market.
Established by Eitan Worcel (CEO) and Jonathan Afek (CTO), Mobb’s innovative platform utilizes patent-pending technology to empower organizations to take charge of securing their applications. By providing automated fixes that are informed and verified by the developers who own the source code, Mobb helps organizations reduce the likelihood of being affected by security vulnerability exploits. This enables CISOs to report reductions in vulnerability backlogs, streamlines processes and policies for security teams, and allows developers to execute fixes with confidence and minimal friction.
In addition to its core offering, Mobb has launched a free community version of its platform. This version allows developers to experience the benefits of the company’s automated vulnerability remediation technology without any financial commitment. By investing in Mobb’s innovative approach to security, organizations can focus on what matters most: driving innovation and growth.