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Disruptive startup led by cybersecurity AI pioneer Stuart McClure relaunches to reflect radical impact their platform is having on the world of AppSec and DevSecOps

San Jose, CA. February 15, 2023—ShiftLeft, the first in the AppSec industry to provide AI-powered detection of vulnerabilities in code, has completed an extensive rebranding effort to accelerate the company’s growth and a sharpening of its corporate vision. At the heart of the rebranding is the change of the company name to Qwiet AI—to reflect their ability to reduce the noise inherent in the AppSec/DevSecOps space and allow developers to focus on meaningful, high-fidelity results that have the greatest impact. 

“Solving the cybersecurity problem at its most foundational and fundamental level, means solving it once and for all: in code,” says Stuart McClure, CEO of Qwiet AI. “Leveraging ShiftLeft’s unique code property graph (CPG) approach, Qwiet AI is now applying AI/ML to the CPG to find and fix zero-day and pre-zero-day vulnerabilities.”

Fueled by a recent round of venture funding in 2022 and a series of key executive hires, Qwiet AI has embraced the rapid evolution of the market toward a more intelligent approach. Chief among these changes, the company has integrated a powerful AI/ML engine into their platform to become the first in the industry to provide AI-driven detection of vulnerabilities in code. 

On top of the known vulnerabilities and heuristics detection engines, Qwiet AI now has a detection engine—powered by NumberOne AI—that finds not just zero-days, but pre-zero-day vulnerabilities enabling the platform to prevent the unpreventable. To reflect this enhanced capability, the company has also changed the name of their platform from Core to preZero in order to reflect the predictive and preventative nature of how Qwiet AI delivers value to customers through AI.  

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