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The 10 Hottest Cybersecurity Startups Of 2021 (So Far)

The 10 hottest cybersecurity startups include companies thwarting vulnerabilities early in the development life cycle, protecting SaaS applications regardless of device or location, and managing and securing identities, access and privileges.

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CEO: Dotan Bar Noy

Authomize was founded in 2019 and in May closed a $16 million Series A round led by Innovation Endeavors to accelerate delivery of the company’s identity and security management platform and boost growth across product development and go to market, including the expansion of its partner network. The Tel Aviv-based company employs 31 people today, up from 21 employees a year ago.

The company said its platform allows teams to automatically detect and remediate identity and access management (IAM) risks across any environment by enabling teams to define and enforce the right level of permissions. The Authomize platform provides continuous risk analysis along with actionable insight to minimize security risks, reduce IT overload and ensure compliance, the company said.

Authomize in February integrated with Microsoft Graph API to help evaluate its customers’ organizational structure and the authorization details of various products and resources in the cloud. Through this collaborative API, the customer’s role assignments, group security settings, Microsoft SharePoint sites, Microsoft OneDrive files access details, calendar sharing information and applications are available.

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