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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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Privafy

CEO: Guru Pai

Privafy was founded in 2019, and in January the company received $22 million in minority investments to continue scaling product development for its cloud-based security business. The Burlington, Mass.-based company currently employs 63 people, up from just 36 employees a year ago, according to LinkedIn.

The company’s cloud-native application will provide comprehensive protection as data traverses between locations, clouds, mobile devices, and the Internet of Things (IoT). The application delivers a full spectrum of protection against cyberattacks, including unauthorized intrusions and access, malware attacks, DDoS and malicious service interruption, ransomware, botnets and more, Privafy said.

Privacy’s encryption protects against unauthorized snooping attacks, its endpoint identity protection defends against endpoint cloning, and its firewall technology delivers dynamic perimeter security with deep content inspection. The company is working with channel partners, broadband and wireless carriers, and next-generation managed service providers to ensure the solution is available globally.

 
 
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