Magna Active Breach Detection
2015 was a year full of data breaches, and it looks like 2016 is unlikely to be any different. That trend makes a solution like LightCyber’s Magna Active Breach Detection very timely, as it offers an easy-to-deploy breach detection solution that provides actionable steps to remediate any problems found. The company has been gaining high-profile attention for its solution so far this year, landing investments from key investor Shlomo Kramer, who co-founded Check Point Software Technologies and Imperva and was an early investor in Palo Alto Networks and Trusteer. LightCyber also launched its first channel program in August, saying that it wanted to formalize the partner process and foster growth through the channel.