Lexumo: Embedded Code Security Monitoring

Sep 29 2016

"Lexumo was founded by a team of computer and data scientists from Draper Laboratory, an MIT spin-off, who spent the past four years inventing the company's core technology for DARPA and other DoD customers.

Lexumo crawls the Internet, continuously indexing the world’s open source software. We ingest every package and library, every version, ever. We store an abstracted representation of each component that captures its essential functionality as features, rather than relying on source code or binary representations.

The result is a searchable graph of all the open source ever written, stored in a massively-scalable, AWS-based cloud stack. This enables our platform to accurately identify both vulnerable and patched components in your code, even when the source has been modified."

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+ The company raised a $4.89 Million Seed Round in Feb

+ Selected as one of five companies for the MIT STEX25 Industry-Ready Startup accelerator program

Additional Coverage

- https://issuu.com/opensystemsmedia/docs/ecd.sept16

- https://techcrunch.com/2016/02/01/lexumo-lands-healthy-4-89-million-seed-round-to-help-ensure-embedded-system-security/?ncid=rss

- http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/lexumo-selected-for-mit-industry-ready-accelerator-program-300335440.html

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