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The 10 Hottest Cybersecurity Startups Of 2020 (So Far)

The 10 hottest cybersecurity startups include companies solving challenges around verifying user identities without passwords, securing and isolating applications from the network, and protecting data in motion between clouds and devices.

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CEO: Brian Hazzard

Randori was founded in 2018, and in April closed a $20 million Series A funding round led by Harmony Partners to grow the company’s Attack Platform and bring a continuous red team experience to market. The Waltham, Mass.-based company employs 29 people, according to LinkedIn, and plans to double its headcount over the next year with hiring across engineering, go-to-market and attack operations.

The company was started to provide CISOs with visibility into where threat actors will strike next and the ability to easily validate and understand the impact specific attacks pose to their organizations. A year later, the company debuted Randori Recon, which provides organizations with a stack ranked list of their most tempting targets.

Then in February, the Randori Attack Platform debuted to enable organizations to practice defending against real-world attacks in a safe, cost-effective and continuous manner, helping them assess where and how they are most likely to be breached. The platform mirrors today’s nation-state actors and criminal adversaries by emulating all stages of a real-world attack, according to Randori.

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