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Corsha raises $12 million series A to reduce the API attack surface

Corsha, a DC-based API security company that provides an innovative approach to securing API communication between trusted machines, announces a $12 million Series A funding round. Ten Eleven Ventures and Razor’s Edge Ventures co-led the round that included participation from 1843 Capital.
Organisations are increasingly relying on cloud infrastructure to scale their applications and services. The sheer number of APIs per organisation is exploding, and with that, so is the number of potential vulnerabilities.
Enterprise web applications
A GitGuardian report published last month found that organisations leaked more than 6 million passwords, API keys, and other sensitive data in 2021, doubling the number from the previous year. Gartner predicts that API attacks will soon become the most-frequent attack vector to cause data breaches for enterprise web applications.
Corsha provides all the goodness of MFA to secure the communication between APIs”
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