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Backslash Security and daily.dev Make Small Raises

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Backslash Security, an Israeli startup that offers cloud-native app security solutions for enterprise AppSec teams, came out of stealth with an $8 million funding round led by StageOne Ventures, First Rays Venture Partners and D. E. Shaw Group. And daily.dev, an Israeli startup focused on helping developers, raised $11 million in seed round funding led by Aleph with participation from Jibe Ventures and Secret Chord Ventures alongside notable angel investors, including Ariel Maislos, Amir Shevat, and several other tech industry leaders. Aleph’s General Partner Michael Eisenberg will also be joining daily.dev’s Board of Directors.

Founded in 2020, daily.dev is a professional network for “developers to learn, collaborate, and grow together.” daily.dev boasts a platform that’s built to developers’ very specific preferences, values and language and offers a wide breadth of opportunities for learning, community and collaboration. Developers come to daily.dev to “discover a wide variety of professional knowledge, create groups where they can collaborate with other developers they appreciate, and discuss the latest trends in the developer ecosystem.”

“Everything daily.dev has created has been done hand-in-hand with our incredible developer community,” says Nimrod Kramer, CEO and co-founder of daily.dev. “Today, developers are center stage. Times are changing, and a new generation of developers is now born into a well-established ecosystem that has more content, more tools, and more opportunities than they can deal with,” Kramer explains. “This is where daily.dev comes into play, we made it to let devs easily navigate the abundance of knowledge and discover the content that they need with zero effort. Given the change in what it takes to succeed as a developer, we are convinced that this is the right time to build a professional network that will redefine the impact developers have on the global economy.”

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Founded in 2022 by industry veterans Shahar Man, formerly Vice President at Aqua Security and SAP, and Yossi Pik, formerly co-founder and CTO of FARMIGO, Backslash Security Inc. provides security and business context to the code risk, with the ability to track security posture of the different applications and teams involved. Backslash boasts that with its service AppSec teams can see and easily act upon the critical toxic code flows in their cloud-native applications; quickly prioritize code risks based on the relevant cloud context; and significantly cut MTTR (mean time to recovery). This gives developers the evidence they need to take ownership of the process.

Backed by StageOne Venture, First Ray Ventures, D. E. Shaw, and a roster of security veterans as angel investors, including technology entrepreneur and investor Shlomo Kramer, Ron Zoran, and Brian Fielder (General Manager at Microsoft + CTO Enterprise Security), Backslash has been deployed across leading technology organizations and Fortune 100 companies.

“Backslash has experienced founders, great investors and most importantly the right team of code and cloud experts. Together we’re delivering a new ‘fused’ paradigm of AppSec in the cloud – empowering skilled AppSec engineers with solutions for the cloud native workday,” said Shahar Man, CEO of Backslash.

“Yossi and I came to Backslash with a clear vision and the decades of experience required to bring it to reality. Together with our outstanding team of code and cloud experts and doctors, we’re doing just that. The end result is more confident, more secure, and far smoother cloud deployments – alongside more effective and more cost-effective AppSec.”

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