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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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TrueFort

TrueFort is doing micro-segmentation on applications running in the data center and is delivering application protection in a way that helps customers at scale, according to Matthew Polly, CrowdStrike’s vice president of worldwide alliances, channels and business development. The company has a unique and effective approach to providing application workload visibility and access controls, Polly said.

As applications get spread across the data center and cloud, Polly said being able to protect them at the server level becomes more difficult. The increased adoption of containers and ephemeral workloads means that wall-to-wall server protection would be needed, according to Polly. TrueFort stands apart from others in the space by providing protection at an application layer rather than the server layer.

TrueFort’s application protection also addresses additional use cases beyond security like performance modeling, according to Polly.

 
 
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