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The 10 Coolest Security Startups Of 2013

These emerging security industry companies are developing innovative technology to better secure cloud-based systems, eliminate passwords and analyze behavioral patterns to detect threats.

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Adallom

CEO: Assaf Rappaport

Israeli-based startup Adallom was founded in 2011, but formally unveiled its cloud auditing service this week, which monitors users of SaaS applications to identify suspicious behavior and prevent attempts to manipulate or steal data. The service creates a profile of every user and supports popular SaaS-based applications, such as Box and Salesforce.com.

The firm has recently detected an attack on users of a popular SaaS provider. It is on the same playing field as SkyHigh Networks, which also uses a reverse-proxy approach to provide authentication, encryption and policy enforcement.

The service alerts businesses to high-risk incidents, tracks users and has reporting capabilities. It documents a user's login, device, location and activity. Priced on a per-user basis, Adallom starts at $5 per user, with volume pricing available for private node deployments.

 
 
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