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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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Britive

CEO: Art Poghosyan 

Britive was founded in 2018, and in September closed a $5.4 million seed round led by Upfront Ventures to help reinvent security for multi-cloud enterprise environments. The Glendale, Calif.-based company employs 18 people, according to LinkedIn.

The company provides greater control over access privileges, allowing users to dynamically elevate their own privilege levels (on a pre-authorization basis) to perform key administrative tasks for the minimum time requirement. Britive’s intelligent engine learns user behavior and recommends privilege right-sizing for users and machine IDs, while constantly monitoring for anomalies that indicate privilege misuse.

Britive in May partnered with Tevora to reduce security risks related to cloud data breaches, simplify and standardize the privilege authorization process, and achieve operational efficiency by managing the entire user and system account life cycle. Combining Britive’s privileged access platform with Tevora’s expertise in cybersecurity, risk and compliance should provide comprehensive security for the cloud.

 
 
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