Cybersecurity start-ups worth keeping a watch on in 2022
By Leandra Monteiro
With today’s cybersecurity landscape rapidly evolving, compliance alone is insufficient to protect an organisation. As cybersecurity and regulatory compliance become the top two biggest concerns of corporate boards, some are adding cybersecurity experts specifically to scrutinise security and risk issues.
The world has been speeding toward innovations in cyberdefence, and not just enterprises, but governments and e-commerce sectors, have been investing in safeguarding their operations and insulating their networks from identity thefts, hacker invasions, online fraud, and cyber assaults. It is time to focus on enhancing cyber infrastructure security.
Here are some of the emerging cybersecurity start-ups that are worth keeping a watch out for in the new year:
WiJungle: WiJungle develops and markets unified network security gateways to companies in more than 25 countries across the globe. WiJungle, founded back in 2014 was launched as a completely free WiFi service and it was the first Indian private company to bring up this idea.
Right now, the company is serving government and private companies across the country. Present in sectors like hospitality, healthcare, education, BFSI, retail, defense, transportation, ITES, and more.
Sequretek: Sequretek, a Mumbai-based cybersecurity firm, helps businesses secure and manage information assets on all digital platforms. It provides AI and ML-driven security tools and solutions that ensure companies are secured and properly armed against all the security threats without any vulnerability.
Founded in 2013, the company has three major offerings to the industry: EDPR (Endpoint Detection, Protection and Response), MDR (Managed Detection and Response) and IGA (Identity Governance and Administration).
Cyware: Cyware is the only company building Virtual Cyber Fusion Centers enabling end-to-end threat intelligence automation, sharing, and unprecedented threat response for organizations globally.
Cyware’s Threat Sharing network includes several major ISACs, empowering them to share threat intelligence between their members and enabling cross-sector information sharing by connecting them through automated, ISAC-to-ISAC level alert sharing.
SAFE Security: SAFE enables an organisation to predict cyber breaches in their environment while contextually aggregating signals from existing cybersecurity products, external threat intelligence and business context. This data is fed into a supervised Machine Learning Bayesian Network-based breach likelihood prediction engine that gives scores, prioritized actionable insights, and the $ Value Risk the organisation is facing.
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