After already assisting Yogosha with its second funding round, August Debouzy has recently advised this start-up, a pioneer in private Bug Bounty in France, on its new funding round of approximately €10 million led by Tikehau Ace Capital and its historical investors OneRagtime and BNP Paribas Développement.
Launched in 2015, Yogosha has developed a platform that helps companies detect and correct their vulnerabilities before cybercriminals can exploit them. The resulting programs allow companies to test their security through an international community of hand-picked hackers, who get paid according to the critical condition of detected flaws.
August Debouzy advised Yogosha, with a team led by Julien Wagmann, partner, Laure Khemiri, counsel and François Richard, lawyer, from the Corporate department.
Yogosha is part of the 2019 class of start-ups selected as part of the firm's Start You Up program.