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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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BluBracket

CEO: Prakash Linga

BluBracket was founded in 2019 and in May closed a $12 million Series A round led by Evolution Equity Partners to expand its product functionality in key areas such as Infrastructure as Code security, CI/CD integration and keeping sensitive information out of code early in the development process. The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company employs 18 people today, according to LinkedIn.

The company generates a proprietary risk score so security teams can understand risk quickly to prioritize resources for remediation. Through machine learning, BluBracket drastically reduces false positives that are common with other application security tools, resulting in code security that respects developer productivity and innovation.

BluBracket helps customers understand risk levels based on who has access to code, keeps a chain of custody for important code and alerts users based on anomalies. The company protects valuable IP by preventing and finding code that has leaked outside the enterprise into the public domain and continuously monitors Infrastructure as Code to find and fix cloud and Kubernetes misconfigurations.

 
 
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