Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Over the recent past, there has been a dramatic online shift for businesses and employees. More people are going online for buying groceries to working remotely. And so, cybercriminals also delivered a wave of cyberattacks that were not just highly coordinated, but far more advanced than ever before seen.

Simple endpoint attacks became complex, multi-stage operations. Ransomware attacks hit small businesses and huge corporations alike. Massive data leaks, expensive ransomware payouts, and a vast, new, complicated threat landscape made businesses look for more innovative and progressive ways to deal with the growing threat landscape.

Identifying these types of attacks not only requires the right tools but the right level of expertise is also an added advantage. Understanding today’s threat landscape is critical to developing strategies and solutions to establish a strong cybersecurity framework. The adoption of innovations creates an environment where threat landscapes can change quickly. Moreover, it has become critical for both organizations and individuals to not become complacent and remain vigilant, regularly defending their threat landscape.

Businesses across the globe are running after the perfect solution providers to deal with and secure their highly valuable organization. To make your selection process smoother and better, here we created a set of companies that are creating an impact in the enterprise security landscape with the right blend of technology, innovation, and expertise.

The selection is based on a deep analysis of their solutions and expertise in the field of cybersecurity. Our research teams, CEOs, CIO, and security officers have shortlisted the below companies that stand out from the crowd with their cutting-edge offerings.


CEO & President: Brian Bouchard
HQ: Palo Alto, California
Website: alacrinet.com

As a leading cybersecurity and information technology consultant, Alacrinet’s goal is to deliver the right services and solutions that meet our clients’​ IT security strategy. They are a full-service partner with a team of experts who continue to develop their skills, knowledge, and certifications for the benefit of our clients.


CEO: Tina D’Agostin
HQ: Redwood City, California, United States
Website: alcatraz.ai

Alcatraz is an AI company that leverages the enterprise access control environment by enabling touchless and secure entry. Developer of a facial authentication platform designed to replace badging as an access point authentication system. The company’s platform offers 3D facial authentication, artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning technology along with facial depth data points to step up the biometric security level, enabling clients to implement highly secure and frictionless access points with tailgating alerts and other analytics.

Cipher CIS

Founder, Board Member, and CEO: Ed Boucas
HQ: Madrid, Spain
Website: cipher.com

Cipher is the Cybersecurity Division of Prosegur after being acquired in February 2019. Prosegur is a publicly traded company and a global leader in the private security industry with over 175,000 employees in 26 countries on five continents. Cipher within Prosegur merges with the previous acquisitions of Dognaedis and Innevis and with Prosegur Cybersecurity. The “new” Cipher combines focus & innovation with strength & reliability.


Group Managing Director: Steve Daneshgar
HQ: Nashville, TN
Website: cloudscale365.com

CloudScale365, Inc is an IT Services company providing cloud-based SaaS and hosted cloud services to enterprises globally. With a USA-based support team, CloudScale365 delivers quality, cost-effective technology support focused on customer success. The company is committed to provide best-of-breed SaaS applications, managed Cloud services, and devise and infrastructure management to give clients a competitive advantage and reduce the costs associated with the planning, implementation and support of necessary cloud applications.

CyberArk Software Ltd.

CEO: UdiMokady
HQ: Petah Tikva, Israel
Website: cyberark.com

CyberArk is a publicly traded information security company offering Privileged Account Security. The company’s technology is utilized primarily in the financial services, energy, retail, healthcare and government markets. They develop, sell and implement cyber security-based software. They specialize in Privileged Access Management solutions. But recently have delved into the world of single sign on, identity management and secrets management solutions.


CEO: Kevin Mandia
HQ: Milpitas, California
Website: fireeye.com

FireEye is a privately held cybersecurity company. It has been involved in the detection and prevention of major cyber-attacks. It provides hardware, software, and services to investigate cybersecurity attacks, protect against malicious software, and analyze IT security risks. FireEye was founded in 2004. Initially, it focused on developing virtual machines that would download and test internet traffic before transferring it to a corporate or government network. The company diversified over time, in part through acquisitions.


CEO: Ken Xie
HQ: Sunnyvale, California
Website: fortinet.com

Fortinetis an American multinational corporation that secures the largest enterprise, SMB, service provider, and government organizations around the world. Fortinet develops and sells cybersecurity solutions, including but not limited to physical products such as firewalls, plus software and services such as anti-virus protection, intrusion prevention systems and endpoint security components.


CEO: Moshe Shlisel
HQ: Ramla, Israel
Website: Ramla, Israel

GuardKnox offers a deterministic cybersecurity methodology that answers the requirements of the Safety-Critical Subsystem for the connected car and ensures that the vehicle continues to function as it was designed. The security design has no need for cloud connectivity nor ongoing updates so no malware can sneak in and corrupt the safety requirements of the vehicle.


CEO: MårtenMickos
HQ: San Francisco, California
Website: hackerone.com

HackerOne is a vulnerability coordination and bug bounty platform that connects businesses with penetration testers and cybersecurity researchers. It was one of the first companies, along with Synack and Bugcrowd, to embrace and utilize crowd-sourced security and cybersecurity researchers as linchpins of its business model; it is the largest cybersecurity firm of its kind. As of May 2020, HackerOne’s network had paid $100 million in bounties.


CEO: Pam Murphy
HQ: San Mateo, USA
Website: imperva.com

Imperva is a cybersecurity leader with a mission to protect data and all paths to it. They protect the data of over 6,000 global customers from cyber-attacks through all stages of their digital transformation. Imperva’s products are informed by the Imperva Research Lab, a global threat intelligence community, that feeds the latest security and compliance expertise into their solutions.


Founder & CEO: Chris Wallis
HQ: Sheldon Street, London
Website: intruder.io

Intruder is an online vulnerability scanner that finds cyber security weaknesses in your digital infrastructure, to avoid costly data breaches. Intruder was founded in 2015 to help solve the information overload crisis in vulnerability management. Effective cyber security is about getting the basics right. Intruder helps to do that, saving time on the easy stuff, so enterprizes can focus on the rest.

Living Security

Founder and CEO: Ashley M. Rose
HQ: Austin, Texas
Website: livingsecurity.com

Living Security helps people become more secure online at work and at home. Founded in 2017, Living Security’s mission is to help prevent cybersecurity breaches with a human risk management solution that does more than meet compliance needs, it also truly changes behavior.


Management: Terry Hicks, EVP, McAfee
HQ: California, USA

McAfee being a leader in online protection offers unparalleled and tailored security solutions to meet the unique needs of its customers. By integrating their solutions with advanced technologies, McAfee always finds a way to stay ahead of hackers as well as competitors.


President and CEO: Charlie Gottdiener
HQ: Virginia, USA
Website: home.neustar

Neustar is an information services and technology company and a leader in identity resolution providing the data and technology that enable trusted connections between companies and people. Through powerful security solutions, Neustar is dedicated to secure businesses’ online presence against risks and downtime while ensuring the customers’ consistent, uninterrupted, quality interactions.

Octopus Systems

Director: Jack Eshel
HQ: Avenue West Suite, Toronto
Website: octopus-app.com

Octopus Systems integrates physical security, cybersecurity, IoT, and big data technologies to develop, design, and deliver a revolutionary fusion platform. The company’s solution provides automated analysis and workflows for technologies, assets, people, and incidents, all from a single pane of glass. Octopus Systems serves clients around the globe, including smart and safe cities, governments, banks and financial institutions, retailers and logistical companiesand the military.


CEO: Rami Korhonen
HQ: Helsinki
Website: oivan.com

Oivan harness the strengths of the web, mobile, cloud, cyber security, and blockchain technologies to help our clients to launch transformative digital services. Our international team of digitalization experts manages digital services’ full lifecycle, from design and development to operations and analytics. Oivan was launched in 2020 when NXme and IWA joined forces to become one company.


Founder & CEO: Paul Vallée
HQ: Ottava, Canada
Website: tehama.io

Tehama is the fastest, easiest, most secure way to deploy a virtual workforce. With our next-generation DaaS platform, enterprises can create cloud-based virtual offices, rooms, and desktops anywhere in the world. No other solution on the market today connects remote workers with mission-critical and data-sensitive systems, with the speed, agility, unparalleled security, and comprehensive audit trail via built-in SOC 2 controls, real-time activity feeds and session recordings that Tehama offers.


CEO: Mark Gazit
HQ: HodHaSharon, Israel
Website: thetaray.com

ThetaRay’s AI solutions pinpoint future problems, discover new opportunities, and expose blind spots within complex data sets that are growing bigger all the time. Their patented algorithms detect anomalies in real time, radically reduce false positives, and uncover “unknown unknowns.” ThetaRay serve financial institutions, industrial manufacturers, aviation businesses, and critical infrastructure providers internationally.


President & CEO: Bret Settle
HQ: Louisville, Colorado, USA
Website: threatx.com

Threat X is the leading provider of Intelligent Web Application Firewall (WAF) solutions for real-time threat detection. Their proven services platform delivers rapidly deployable, kill-chain based threat detection and neutralization in a highly adaptable, cloud-based architecture designed for modern application environments and constantly evolving threats. Only Threat X’s dynamic, context-based “progressive behavior profiling” provides a holistic view of all threats, attack vectors, and targeted application vulnerabilities, all in an easy to understand, risk-based view of threat intent. 

Trend Micro 

CEO: Eva Chen
HQ: Texas, USA
Website: trendmicro.com

Trend Micro is an American-Japanese multinational cyber security software company with global headquarters in Tokyo, Japan and Irving, Texas, United States, with regional headquarters and R&D centers in Asia, Europe, and North America. The company develops enterprise security software for servers, containers, & cloud computing environments, networks, and end points. Its cloud and virtualization security products provide automated security for customers of VMware, Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.

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