In last 5 years, I have been involved in the security field in multiple capacities: presenting at conferences, hacking apps, reading scientific papers, conducting penetration tests, giving security lectures, participating in information security assessment workshops for startups and large corporations and in general improving the security in companies that I was involved in.
As part of my research I’ve recently ranked the most promising network security startups:
Promising Network Security Startups of 2020
Riot develops of a security platform designed for fighting phishing attempts. Riot’s security platform runs fake phishing campaigns on employees and secures products and internal tools by two-factor authentications, enabling companies to educating their employees about security breaches.
Ananda Networks is a cloud-managed service that enables organizations to create their own private networks.
SOC.OS is an alert correlation and triage automation tool.
Safebase designs information security solutions that ensure seamless operations and enhances the credibility of B2B startups.
Asensys is a new-generation, high performance system that brings throughput and state put to a new, scalable level.
Sevco Security is a provider of cybersecurity services and products for cyber experts.
AppGate develops and provides cloud and hybrid-ready security and analytics products and services.
VyOS is a Linux-based network operating system that provides software-based network routing, firewall, and VPN functionality.
RedGov is a Subsidiary of Defensury Inc. which specializes specifically in working with governments in regards to their cyber security.
Idyllum Labs test websites for security features, data safety, and vulnerability to spam.