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: Ofer Smadari
Torq, a startup whose technology offers a no-code method for automating security operations, in April announced its new Torq Hyperautomation Platform that promises to automate “the most complex security infrastructures at dramatic scale,” the company said in a news release. The startup said that the new platform can bring automation to entire processes and workflows across all of an organization’s security efforts, Torq said.
Key capabilities include the ability to connect all apps and stacks across all infrastructure environments, including Slack, Zoom and Microsoft Teams; support for any command-line interface or programming language to enable “bring your own code”; and orchestration of containerized actions — supporting Docker, Kubernetes, AWS and Azure — to enable “bring your own container.”
Additionally, the Torq Hyperautomation Platform features generative AI capabilities by integrating OpenAI technology, via the ChatGPT API, the company told CRN. The platform can provide answers to questions from users as a way to accelerate resolution of security issues, through a chatbot interface in Slack, Teams, Discord and Zoom, according to Torq.