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The 10 Hottest IoT Startups Of 2019

Dylan Martin

From Armis to Zededa, CRN looks at the 10 hottest startups of 2019 that are providing new ways to secure IoT devices and deploy applications at the edge, among other things.

Armis

CEO: Yevgeny Dibrov

Armis is tackling the IoT security space with an agentless security platform that gives enterprises complete visibility and control over unmanaged connected devices in a variety of environments.

The Palo Alto, Calif.-based startup raised a $65 million Series C round in April that was led by venture capital heavyweight Sequoia Capital. Out of its roughly 100 customers, more than 25 are Fortune 100 companies, and they include Sysco Foods, Allergan and Samsung's U.S. research and development organization. The company also has a growing channel program, with dozens of partners.

Beyond fundraising, the startup, whose platform monitors devices for anomalous and malicious behavior, has spent this year filling out its leadership team, with the hiring of former FireEye executive Jeff Williams and former Sysco chief information security officer Curt Simpson.

 
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