BoostSecurity emerges from stealth at $12M CAD to automate cybersecurity for DevOps

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Two application security veterans want everyone to deploy software at scale.

Montréal-based startup BoostSecurity, which provides a cybersecurity platform for the software supply chain, has emerged from the cloak with seed funding of CA$12 million.

The all-equity round was led by Sorenson Capital, with additional support from Hoxton Ventures, Golden Ventures, Firebolt Ventures and Transform VC. Sorenson Capital will join the board of directors of BoostSecurity.

BoostSecurity’s goal is to help its users implement better security practices for their existing software supply chains.

Co-founded by Zaid Al Hamami (CEO) and Rajiv Sinha (CRO), BoostSecurity aims to bring the automation hyperscale companies have built in-house to everyone. According to the company, its platform directly addresses the vulnerabilities in the software chain in addition to the components from third-party providers.

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