We are passionate about preventing security issues for developers
Gemnasium was built for developers by developers. We help development teams and their companies stay alert to security vulnerabilities that affect their source code and prevent damage before it occurs.
The gemnasium team has formed and operates on the sole premise that if software is left unprotected and out-of-date, user data will be compromised. We have developed Gemnasium to monitor software dependencies, notify users of security updates or advisories and automate source source code updates.
Gemnasium was incorporated in January 2016 in Québec City, Canada after a few years in incubation. We welcomed our first Enterprise customers in June 2017 and we are now featured in these two leading developer marketplaces.
Gemnasium is brought to you by a distributed team with a combined experience of more than a century. We value teamwork and work restlessly across time zones to build and maintain a secure and scalable platform.
Founder and CTO. Leads the product roadmap and the technical architecture of the platform. Founder at Tech-Angels, CTO at Betnet and Product and Technical Lead at Streamezzo.
Executive Advisor & Interim CEO. Previously VP of Product at HackerOne, and Director of Strategy & Corporate Development at Atlassian.
Software Engineer. Olivier leads the development of the Gemnasium front end and the full stack of Gemnasium has no secrets for him. An expert in AngularJS, Ruby on Rails, Go and SQL.
Software Engineer. Fabien leads the development of the Gemnasium back-end, database services, and all scientific research. He is fluent in Go, SQL, and Ruby on Rails.
DevOps Engineer. Responsible for the whole infrastructure, network and security. Gilbert also contributes to tools provided by Gemnasium, like the toolbelt. Fluent in shell scripting and Go.
DevOps Engineer. Along with his responsibilities keeping the Gemnasium Cloud up and running, he also pitches in on the front and back end. Stephane is our “Python Guy” but also develops in Go and AngularJS.