Accuracy, a cloud protection firm, reports it has raised $20 million over the past six months through seed and Series A funding rounds.
The firm claims ClearSky led the seed round while Intel Capital led the Series A round. In order to sustain its business success and continue to develop its technologies, Accurics plans to use the investment.
In April, when it also revealed that it had raised $5 million in funding, Accurics emerged from stealth mode. The business has launched a free tool at the time that helps companies to easily analyze their risk posture.
Accuracy offers a platform designed to secure and allow the “self-healing” infrastructure of cloud-native infrastructure across the DevOps lifecycle. To support companies identify and repair exposure routes, the product analyses vulnerability feeds, IAM privileges, and other details.
The Accuracy tool will also be used by organizations to recognise and remedy abuses of different requirements, legislation and best practises, including SOC 2, PCI, HIPAA, GDPR and AWS best practises.
Integrations with HashiCorp, GitHub, and CircleCI were also announced by the company.
“We foresee a future in which companies can comfortably evolve, and our goal is to fill the void between profit and risk by facilitating cyber agility as organizations adopt cloud-based technology,” said Sachin Aggarwal, co-founder and CEO of Accuracy. “We are gratified by the degree of investor and consumer interest and we are committed to continuing to build strategies that address this vital need.”