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12 Hot Cybersecurity Startups You Need To Know About At RSA 2020

CRN asks a number of security CEOs, channel chiefs and technical leaders attending RSA 2020 which cybersecurity startups they believe are best defending emerging technologies or simplifying long-standing protection issues.

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GreatHorn

GreatHorn bolts onto Gmail or the Office 365 mail services and uses threat intelligence and other methods to look for and alert organizations to suspicious emails, according to Allan Liska, a Recorded Future intelligence analyst. GreatHorn is a bolt-on, Liska said, meaning that it doesn’t require the installation of anything in the network and logs information into the customer’s existing console.

Although many other vendors also offer email security, Liska said most of it is appliance-based, meaning that organizations get stuck with yet another box that doesn’t talk to anything else. As businesses move away from setting up their own mail server as the admin, Liska said they’ve struggled to figure out how to easily build security around their cloud-based email services.

Too many enterprise customers assume that Gmail and Office 365 provide sufficient protection for their business on the back end, Liska said. Although Gmail has some good security add-ons that most customers don’t enable, Liska said it still isn’t enough defense for a business.

 
 
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