DoD-Validated Data Security Startup Emerges From Stealth

The Code-X platform has been tested by the US Department of Defense and members of the intelligence community.

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

July 14, 2021

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Data security startup Code-X today emerged from stealth with $5 million in Series A funding and a "lattice-based" data protection platform validated by the US Department of Defense.

The Code-X data protection platform is vendor-agnostic and creates five dimensions of security to protect sensitive data and critical systems across local, cloud, and hybrid environments. Its structuring, networking, authentication, management, and monitoring of data and systems aims to prevent data corruption or loss. The platform also provides audit logging, alert and alarm systems, and user management.

Code-X's technology has recently been tested by the Department of Defense and members of the intelligence community for its ability to protect sensitive data and critical systems. The DoD testing also validated the platform increases packet management, network throughput, storage redundancy, and continuity while lowering processing requirements, the company reports.

The $5 million in Series A funding, led by By Light Professional IT Services LLC, will be used for sales and marketing efforts. Code-X has also welcomed Lieutenant General (ret.) Vincent Stewart, former deputy commander of the US Cyber Command, and other military, intelligence, and security experts, to its team.

Read the full release for more information.

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