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10 Cybersecurity Companies To Watch In 2019

Many of the industry's most prominent cybersecurity vendors will have their hands full in 2019 integrating major acquisitions, preparing for an initial public offering, or managing through a major turnover in personnel.

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AT&T

AT&T doubled down on cybersecurity in July with its purchase of San Mateo, Calif.-based vendor AlienVault to expand the carrier expand the reach of enterprise-grade security offerings to smaller business.

One month later, the Dallas, Texas-based carrier launched a standalone cybersecurity solutions business unit tasked with making AlienVault's technology and AT&T's existing security capabilities accessible to all businesses from Fortune 100 companies to local mom-and-pop stores. The new business unit is being led by AlienVault CEO Barmak Meftah.

Both AT&T's solution provider and agent partners can access AlienVault’s security portfolio, with a focus on the company's security management platform, AT&T channel chief and SVP Zee Hussain told CRN in November. While AlienVault still has its own channel program that includes MSPs and resellers, AT&T wants to ease into the integration process and hasn't said it will disband AlienVault's channel program.

 
 
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