CEO: Gonen Fink
As breaches continue to plague businesses in all industries, LightCyber -- whose U.S. headquarters is in Los Altos, Calif., and whose Israel headquarters is in Ramat Gan -- looks to help companies detect breaches and remediate them with its Magna Active Breach Detection platform. With more and more of the security industry moving to an acceptance that protection technologies aren’t enough, LightCyber’s platform works to detect hackers already inside of the environment by identifying anomalous behavior at the network and endpoint level, and then helping to stop the breach. LightCyber has gained high-profile attention this year for its technology, most notably landing a personal equity investment from Check Point founder and serial security investor Schlomo Kramer, who also joined the startup’s board of directors. More recently, the startup reinforced its commitment to the channel with the early launch of its first, two-tier partner program.