The 10 Hottest Cybersecurity Startups In 2023 (So Far)
Startups with innovative new tools for securing the cloud, applications and authentication are among those that have stood out from the pack during the first half of this year.
CEO: J.J. Guy
Sevco Security, which offers a cloud-native platform for cybersecurity asset attack surface management (CAASM), announced in March that it has launched a new partner program for managed service providers and managed security service providers. The Sevco 5-Star Partner Program debuts with “more than 20” partners to start, and is aimed at making it easier for MSPs and MSSPs to utilize the company’s “real-time asset intelligence that helps customers identify and close previously unknown security gaps,” the company said in a news release. The program offers consumption-based pricing as well as dedicated support for partners, Sevco said.
Sevco has been launched and headed by executives who were formerly part of the founding teams at endpoint security pioneers Cylance and Carbon Black. The startup raised a $15 million Series A round of funding in mid-2021 led by Syn Ventures.