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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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Cysiv

CEO: Partha Panda

Cysiv was founded in 2018, and in February closed a $26 million Series A round led by ForgePoint Capital to scale business operations and fuel further platform enhancements. The Irving, Texas-based company employs 63 people today, up from just 43 employees a year ago, according to LinkedIn.

The company was incubated within Trend Micro, and launched as a partnership between Trend Micro and HITRUST, a security and privacy standards development firm, to provide advanced cyber risk management as a service to U.S. enterprises that need to better defend themselves from cyberattacks. Cysiv subsequently spun out of Trend Micro and now operates as an independent company.

Cysiv’s SOC-as-a-Service platform is technology- and vendor-agnostic, and can ingest security logs from a wide range of sources, along with other important contextual data. It leverages advanced data science techniques to automate the time-consuming, complex but critical activities for detecting, investigating and remediating hidden, evasive and emerging threats, according to the company.

 
 
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