- Secure Code Warrior has raised $50 million in their Series C fundraising round.
- The startup focuses on making secure coding a positive and engaging experience for developers.
- The company has now raised a total of $101.5 million in funding across 5 rounds.
- Investors include Paladin Capital Group, Goldman Sachs, and Forgepoint Capital.
Secure Code Warrior, a cybersecurity startup based in Chippendale, New South Wales, has raised $50 million USD in a Series C funding round. The company focuses on increasing software security skills by making secure coding a more engaging and positive experience for developers.
Secure Code Warrior’s Series C round was led by Paladin Capital Group, with participation from Forgepoint Capital and Goldman Sachs. To date, the company has raised a total of $101.5 million USD across five funding rounds.
Founded in Australia, Secure Code Warrior operates in the Cyber Security, Developer Platform, Developer Tools, Enterprise Applications, Information Technology, and Software industries. More about the startup and their work can be found on their website or their Crunchbase profile.
The recent funding will enable Secure Code Warrior to continue their mission of making secure coding a positive and engaging experience for developers around the globe.
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