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The 10 Hottest Cloud Security Startups Of 2020

The 10 hottest cloud security startups include companies protecting containers and Kubernetes workloads on AWS, securing authentication and access policies in the cloud, and monitoring the binary code running inside a company’s cloud servers.

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Accurics

CEO: Sachin Aggarwal 

Accurics was founded in 2019, and closed a $5 million seed round in April led by ClearSky as well as a $15 million Series A round in October led by Intel Capital to help develop technology that self-heals cloud-native infrastructure by codifying security throughout the development life cycle. The Pleasanton, Calif.-based company employs 47 people, up from just 11 employees a year ago, according to LinkedIn.

The company came out of stealth mode in April 2020 with the intent of reconciling risk posture drift between infrastructure defined through code and infrastructure running in the cloud. These advances are critical as organizations rapidly embrace new technologies such as serverless, containers and service mesh, Accurics said.

A new release of the open-source static code analyzer in August should ensure templates avoid common security pitfalls in popular cloud providers such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. In addition, built-in extensibility will enable support for other popular technologies such as AWS CloudFormation, Kubernetes, service mesh and serverless, according to Accurics.

 
 
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