Funding and Acquisitions Roundup: Meldium secures $1M for its enterprise password management service


By Brian Kovalesky, StartUp Beat Editor

Today’s early-stage startup funding and acquisitions news:

Meldium, which is focused on securing and managing passwords in the enterprise, has closed a $1 million Seed funding round. Investors in the San Francisco-based startup include Draper Associates and Founders Co-op. The platform aggregates enterprise users’ login credentials for various apps and enables centralized management and monitoring for security. Meldium was founded in 2012 by Anton Vaynshtok, Bradley Buda, and Boris Jabes, and was part of last winter’s Y Combinator class.

Vital Stats:

Website: www.meldium.com

HQ: San Francisco

Founders: Anton Vaynshtok, Bradley Buda, Boris Jabes

Year Founded: 2012

Investors: Draper Associates, Founders Co-op

Innovation: Enterprise security through the aggregation and management of employee app accounts through API connections.

Funding: $1 million (Seed)

(Sources: Meldium, GigaOm)

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Hunter Walk and Satya Patel launch $35 million seed stage fund called Homebrew (via GigaOm)

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