Enso Security, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based Application Security Posture Management (ASPM) startup, raised $6m in seed funding.
The round was led by YL Ventures with participation from Jump Capital and security leaders including Alex Rice (Co-founder and CTO at HackerOne); Sounil Yu (former Chief Security Scientist at Bank of America); founders of Luminate (acquired by Symantec); Omkhar Arasaratnam (former Executive Director, Head of Data Protection Technology at JPMorgan Chase) and toDay Ventures.
Founded by former Wix.com application security experts Roy Erlich (CEO), Chen Gour Arie (CPO) and Barak Tawily (CTO), Enso provides a platform designed to be the inventory of record for all things AppSec, enabling teams to manage application security at scale with an automated and standardized program.
Leveraging data from existing tools, the platform offers complete visibility across every application developed in an enterprise environment, analytic application security controls and a scalable program that is suitable for AppSec teams.
Its key features include:
- A single dashboard for AppSec teams to discover applications, identify owners, detect changes, and capture security posture in a unified, user-friendly view.
- Data-driven task prioritization and tracking by leveraging data from existing R&D facilities and security tools.
- Continuous AppSec optimization with real-time performance feedback on AppSec activities, contractors, developers and security tools.
- Custom queries for insight on any application based on its data attributes.
The platform is currently in limited availability to qualified customers.