Delve Labs raises $1.5 million seed round to help companies fight cyber attacks with AI platform

Montreal-based Delve Labs, which develops vulnerability assessment software, announced $1.5 million in seed funding from Real Ventures, Desjardins Innovatech, and Fonds Quebecor Innovation.

To date, the company has raised $1.8 million. Delve Labs is the company behind Warden, which uses artificial intelligence to help security experts assess vulnerabilities continuously in IT infrastructure, without having to scan templates, schedules, and filtering through false-positives.

“Delve Labs is bringing a solution to market that dramatically changes the way we think about continuous security with proven results for large Financial Institutions, MSSPs and Telco deployments. This round of investments will provide us with the resources needed to accelerate the company’s growth and meet the increased demand for streamlined and scalable security solutions,” said Gabriel Tremblay, CEO and co-founder of Delve Labs. “The connected world is adding an ever-growing number of potentially vulnerable devices to company networks. Smart VA allows for continuous security at scale, helping security teams spend the bulk of their time fixing issues instead of finding them.”

Jessica Galang

Jessica Galang

Freelance tech writer. Former BetaKit News Editor.