10 Cool Security Startups To Watch


Israeli startup Cybereason, which opened up offices in Cambridge, Mass., raised $4.6 million in Series A funding in February for its platform, which monitors systems for the warning signs that indicate a cyberattack in progress. The company's founders, Lior Div, Yonatan Striem-Amit and Yossi Naar, are all former Israeli intelligence agency experts. Div's expertise is in digital forensics and malware analysis, Striem Amit's focus is analytics and visualization technologies and Naar is a software architect. Div, who serves as CEO, said the firm focuses on malicious indicators it has dubbed Malops, which describes the specific threat actions associated with an advanced attack with the goal of detecting it in the early stages of a network infiltration.

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