Through the brand name change, the software vulnerability expert strengthens its image

The Software security enterprise IOTCUBE (CEO: Kim Jin-Seok and Lee Hee-Jo) became Labrador Labs on August 30th, 2022. On August 18th, during an extraordinary shareholders’ meeting, the company name change was finalized.

After its establishment in 2018, Labrador Labs has provided a software safety management platform that can detect and easily patch vulnerabilities and licensing risks in open-source software. Labrador Labs provides transparency in the Software Supply Chain Management through SBOM (Software Bill of Materials) that contains all software components and its in-house developed service, “Labrador OSS v2.0” has recently received the first grade of GS certification, a recognition for providing the highest quality of service.

Labrador Labs, through the company name evolution, will further strengthen its image as a company expert in software security vulnerabilities. The Labrador Labs’ name contains the will to commit, as a global leader, to accurately detecting and eliminating software security vulnerabilities.

Labradors Labs, through its company name’s change, will expand its area of expertise not only to open-source software but also to containers and binary, with the final goal of developing a unified platform that can manage all kinds of software.

Jin-Seok KIM, Labrador Labs CEO, said: “The company name’s change will transform us into an international company that offers the highest level of service in the area of software security vulnerabilities assessment.

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