The Greylock Pattern partner Sarah Guo will be a part of the board of members of Sqreen.
Sqreen, a startup developing self-protection solution has raised US$ 14 million for a Series A. Greylock Patterns were leading investors with the participation of Alven Point Nine and Y Combinator wherein the company has raised total of US$ 18 million. Moreover, the Greylock partner Sarah Guo will join company’s board. The startup is looking to improve security for cloud infrastructure and web applications. Sqreen can readily help you to identify and fix issues with your application if you do not have ample time and money to hire security experts.
Sqreen is a security management application system and offers a hybrid SaaS architecture especially devoted to the real-time dynamic protection of your data and web application. The solution presented by the company comes to challenge the market for AB testing with companies offering exception monitoring. The company has expanded its wings and provide more services than before. In addition to web application protection, the company offers a self-protection module for SQL and XSS injections. It also offers firewall protection against rogue bots and accounts takeover. Sqreen offers you a comprehensive review of your cloud infrastructure so that you get total security.
Currently, Sqreen is working with web applications in Java, Python, PHP, Ruby, Node.JS, and Go. The clients can even include Algolia, Le Monde, Y Combinator and Y Combinator. Sqreen’s platform has been used by 500 companies across the world with more than 50 billion protected application requests per week. Moreover, the company is blocking over 5 million attacks each month. In the field of security management application, Sqreen will have competition from Accenture, IBM, Rapid7, and Veracode and so on.