KIRKLAND, Wash., May 8, 2017--Polyverse Corporation, a fast-growing cybersecurity firm based in Kirkland, WA, today announced that it had secured an additional $2 million in funding. Polyverse’s cybersecurity solution assumes that every application will inevitably be attacked and breached, so employs unique proactive Moving Target Defense technology that continuously varies a protected application’s attack surface. Hackers are confronted with a perplexing target that is constantly and randomly shifting—and near-impossible to penetrate.
Polyverse’s new financing round will help the company accelerate growth and fund new product introductions. Alex Gounares, the company’s CEO, commented “Polyverse’s Moving Target Defense platform has proven to be a game-changing way to radically simplify and strengthen cyberdefenses: one-line peace of mind for cybersecurity. We are delighted to have phenomenal investor support to help us launch a new suite of products to bring our technology to an even larger audience.”
Polyverse technology has withstood every third-party penetration test its enterprise and military customers have commissioned, including those that routinely outsmart conventional security tools. The company offers cutting-edge protection for critical applications and Internet-of-Things devices via a range of easy-to-install solutions that are optimized for DevOps. Deployment and training takes a few hours, rather than the weeks or more that is routine with conventional, reactive cybersecurity tools.
For more information, please contact Alex Gounares, CEO, via (855) 765-9837 extension 700 or alex[at]polyverse[dot]io. For general information about Polyverse and to obtain a copy of our white paper, visit https://polyverse.io.
Polyverse Corporation is a cybersecurity company using its Moving Target Defense technology to defend global enterprises and governments against the most devastating zero-day cyberattacks. The Polyverse polymorphic version of Linux® is the only moving target defense product proven in a recent U.S. Department of Defense study to stop 100 percent of zero-day memory exploits from buffer overflow bugs and the like. Polyverse’s turnkey solution installs in minutes and works with existing systems without changing performance or IT processes. Founded in 2015, Polyverse is led by founder and CEO Alex Gounares. Visit our website, read our blog and follow us on Twitter @polyverse_io.