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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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Securiti.ai

CEO: Rehan Jalil

Securiti.ai was founded in 2018, and in January closed a $50 million Series B funding round led by General Catalyst to continue its rapid growth around customer adoption, global presence, and product capabilities. The San Jose-based company currently employs 186 people, up from just 99 employees a year ago, according to LinkedIn.

The company debuted Privacy.ai in November to help automate all major functions needed to comply with a myriad of complex global privacy regulations in one place by using artificial intelligence and skillful bots. Firms can use Privacy.ai to fulfill their data request obligations in hours instead of weeks at a fraction of the cost of manual operations, while significantly reducing the risk of financial penalties.

By January, Privacy.ai had seen rapid adoption and processed more than 100 million identifies, prompting the company to introduce additional product enhancements as well as freemium and self-service offerings. Security.ai expanded into new regions including South America, Canada and Asia-Pacific, plus the company added new vice president positions around sales, marketing and Asia-Pacific.

 

 
 
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