Software Supply Chain Security Firm Lineaje Raises $7 Million
Software supply chain security startup Lineaje today announced that it has raised $7 million in a seed funding round led by Tenable Ventures.
Dreamit Ventures and Veear Capital also participated in the investment round, along with various angel investors.
Founded in 2021, the Saratoga, California-based company helps organizations secure their software supply chain, regardless of whether they are the developers, suppliers, or users of software.
Lineaje’s SB0M360 software supply chain management solution can identify all the components of software, along with their dependencies, to assess the supply chain authenticity and identify potential compromise.
Lineaje’s platform manages over 150,000 software bills of materials (SBOMs) across custom applications, open source software, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) solutions, mobile applications, and containers.
The company is also assisting Tenable Ventures in building shareable data models to improve runtime security and mitigate weaknesses in deployed software.
The funding will allow Lineaje to accelerate go-to-market operations, expand its employee base, and invest in research and development.
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