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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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Securiti.ai

Securiti.ai has attempted to look at data across an organization and find new ways to profile it and determine who has access to what, according to Ryan Kalember, Proofpoint’s executive vice president of cybersecurity strategy. The company’s ability to take compliance-driven spend and use the dollars to actually better protect data as it shifts into the cloud is a powerful thing, Kalember said.

Securiti.ai has fused cloud-based data into its data classification and natural language processing engine in a straightforward manner, Kalember said. Securiti.ai occupies a market that’s driven by fear of non-compliance with the European Union’s GDPR and California’s CCPA privacy rules, and Kalember expects the company to take items that are just compliance checkboxes and use them to provide better security.

Specifically, Kalember expects Securiti.Ai to take on the challenge of users having more access than is necessary for their role in the organization.

 
 
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