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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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Intezer

CEO: Itai Tevet

Intezer was founded in 2015, and in January closed a $15 million Series B funding round led by OpenView accelerate sales growth and expand the technology into the larger threat protection market. The New York-based company employs 53 people, up from 38 employees a year ago, according to LinkedIn.

Intezer Protect debuted in January to continuously monitor the binary code running inside a company’s cloud servers, alerting the user on unauthorized or malicious software in real time. The tool produces only actionable and high confidence alerts, which in turn requires minimal work from the security team and enables them to quickly prioritize and respond to threats in their cloud infrastructure.

The company believes the key to mitigating cyberattacks is detecting and responding to the malicious code running in memory. In order for an adversary to conduct a successful cyberattack and inflict damage, such as stealing data, installing a backdoor, or deleting sensitive materials, they must run malicious code or commands on a victim‘s machine—whether within a container or a virtual machine.

 
 
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