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The 10 Coolest Security Startups Of 2015

The 10 startups that made this year's list came to market with innovations in data security, mobile, cloud and more.

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Cylance

CEO: Stuart McClure

2015 has been a big year for Cylance, which landed $42 million in Series C funding, saw growth in excess of 400 percent year over year and teamed up with Dell for an integrated endpoint security offering. Part of the exploding trend of next-generation endpoint security companies, Cylance distinguishes itself by doing away with signatures and relying on mathematics and algorithms to detect suspect behavior. That type of technology is critical, CEO Stuart McClure said, as the number and sophistication of threats continue to increase, demanding more efficient and effective methods for differentiating between good and bad activity. The startup, based in Irvine, Calif., has also been investing heavily in the channel, McClure said, setting aside some of its new funding to increase head count in partner-facing roles.

 
 
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