The 10 Coolest Cybersecurity Startups At RSA Conference 2022
Jay Fitzgerald, Wade Tyler Millward
Wabbi, Abnormal Security and Cyberhaven were among the cybersecurity startups at RSA Conference 2022 that caught CRN’s attention.
Araali Networks definitely made its presence known at this week’s RSA 2022 conference in San Francisco by being one of the 10 finalists for the “Most Innovative Startup” award. The firm didn’t win the RSA Innovation Sandbox Contest, but it did impress a lot of people attending the event.
Founded in 2018, the Livermore, Calif.-based Araali describes itself as a provider of threat management solutions for cloud-native environments, capable of both detecting and blocking threats. Araali’s further description of its product: “Powered by eBPF, you can enforce explicit policies for ‘who can do what’ in your virtual private cloud, blocking malicious code from establishing a backdoor or accessing your services.”
To date, the company has raised a total of $10 million in funding.
In an interview with CRN, Abhishek Singh, CEO and co-founder of Araali, said his firm’s targeted customers are “born-in-cloud companies” and mostly mid-sized.
Right now, Araali is mostly a direct sales vendor, but Singh said it’s only a matter of time before it turns to the channel for sales. “We’re absolutely eyeing the channel,” he said. “We’re very interested in the channel.”
- CEO: Abhishek Singh
- Year Founded: 2018
- Location: Livermore, Calif.
- Website: https://www.araalinetworks.com/