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The 10 Hottest Cybersecurity Startups Of 2021

The 10 hottest cybersecurity startups include companies revealing threats hidden inside APIs, preventing data breaches on SaaS applications, and identifying vulnerabilities and risks in customer infrastructure.

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Grip Security

CEO: Lior Yaari

Grip Security was founded in 2021 and in April closed a $6 million seed funding round led by YL Ventures to enable organizations to discover and secure all SaaS applications from any device and any location. The Tel Aviv, Israel-based company employs 31 people just 10 months after its establishment, according to LinkedIn.

The company provides organizations with full visibility into their entire SaaS portfolio—known and unknown—as well as enforceable endpoint-centric access and data governance capabilities. Armed with deep visibility, Grip said its approach secures all SaaS application access regardless of device or location as well as maps data flows to apply security policies, including data loss prevention.

The Grip Security platform’s key capabilities include comprehensive SaaS application coverage, historical visibility into SaaS application usage and insight into risk levels posed by SaaS applications. The company can also apply security policies across any application or device as well as conduct deep cross-organizational analysis of applications, users and activity, according to Grip.

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