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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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Idaptive

In an industry rife with consolidation, it's very rare to see a new company formed by spinning off from an established industry player. But that's just what happened with Centrify's Identity-as-a-Service unit, which on Jan. 1 is becoming a separate, stand-alone company called Idaptive focused on single sign-on, adaptive multifactor authentication, enterprise mobility management and user behavior analytics.

Idaptive will be owned by Thoma Bravo – which purchased Centrify in July – and led by Danny Kibel, who had spent the past 18 months as Centrify's vice president of engineering and operations. Among the leaders migrating from Centrify to Idaptive is Brian Krause, who had spent the past 18 months as Centrify's global channel chief before assuming the same role at Idaptive.

The company's unified approach to next-gen access avoids the security and performance gaps and integration and maintenance challenges that arise when companies implement tools from separate vendors. Idaptive is focused on determining the authenticity of a digital user and their device, governing access across a client's resources, and reacting when risky behavior is detected.

 
 
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