Vasu Adunutula, Founder
The new normal and rapid technology advancements have made digital and cloud adoption imperative for most businesses. Thus, businesses are now getting exposed to Malware, and Cyber-attacks more than ever before. Moreover, cloud Infrastructure is quite vulnerable too, even with leading providers. The world is now witnessing a huge rise of Cybercrimes and businesses are in need of partners that can help them sail unscathed amidst such technologically progressive as well as vulnerable times.
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10 Most Recommended Cyber Security Startups - 2022
Asteady rise in cybercrime highlights the flaws in devices and services we've come to depend on. This concern forces us to ask what cyber security is, why it's essential, and what to learn about it. With so much good coming from technology, it can be hard to believe that potential threats lurk behind every device and platform. Yet, despite society's rosy perception of modern advances, cyber security threats presented by modern tech are a real danger. Look around today's world, and you'll see that daily life is more dependent on technology than ever before. The benefits of this trend range from near-instant access to information on the Internet to the modern conveniences provided by smart home automation technology and concepts like the Internet of Things. A few common cyber threats includes malware, such as ransomware, botnet software, RATs (remote access Trojans), rootkits and bootkits, spyware, Trojans, viruses, and worms, backdoors, which allow remote access, formjacking, which inserts malicious code into online forms, cryptojacking, which installs illicit cryptocurrency mining software, DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attacks, which flood servers, systems, and networks with traffic to knock them offline, and DNS (domain name system) poisoning attacks, which compromise the DNS to redirect traffic to malicious sites. Cybersecurity is the practice of protecting critical systems and sensitive information from digital attacks. Also known as information technology (IT) security, cybersecurity measures are designed to combat threats against networked systems and applications, whether those threats originate from inside or outside of an organization. Cybercriminals target customers’ personally identifiable information (PII) names, addresses, national identification numbers (e.g., Social Security number in the US, fiscal codes in Italy), and credit card information and then sell these records in underground digital marketplaces. Compromised PII often leads to a loss of customer trust, the imposition of regulatory fines, and even legal action. A successful cybersecurity approach has multiple layers of protection spread across the computers, networks, programs, or data that one intends to keep safe. According to Cybercrime Magazine, cybercrime will cost the world $10.5 trillion annually by 2025! Furthermore, global cybercrime costs are predicted to rise by almost 15 percent yearly over the next four years. CIO Insider in this issue presents a list of ‘10 Most Recommended Cyber Security Startups – 2022’ who have leveraged their extensive industry expertise and experience in providing excellent products and services. The following list has been prepared after being closely scrutinized by a distinguished panel of judges including CXOs, analysts and our editorial board. We recognize their valuable contribution to the ever expanding and competitive market and their ability to sustain themselves and emerge as top contestants through their reliable product and services.
|Company Logo||Company Name||Company Management||Company Description|
|Analysabl||Vasu Adunutula, Founder||Offers advanced cybersecurity solutions as a service to secure Industrial infrastructure based on a thorough Vulnerability and Threat Assessment|
|CloudSEK||Rahul Sasi, Founder & Chairman||The firm's digital risk monitoring platform XVigil caters to organisations across verticals, including some of the world’s top banks, technology companies, healthcare organisations, and retail giants|
|Eventus TechSol||Manish Chasta, Managing Director & CTO||One of the top-10 Cyber Security startups in the country with niche capabilities in Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) and Incident Response|
|Kratikal||Pavan Kushwaha, Co-Founder||An end-to-end cyber security solution provider offers cyber-attack simulation and awareness tools, anti-phishing, fraud monitoring & take-down solution, email authentication and anti-spoofing solution, and related|
|Protectt.ai||Manish Mimani, Founder & CEO||The first in the industry to have developed a platform for mobile app security|
|Seconize||Sashank Dara, Co-Founder||Through its IT risk and compliance management SaaS product DeRisk Center, proactively identifies weak points in the enterprise IT infrastructure|
|Securden||Bala Venkatramani, Co-Founder & CEO||A leading provider of privileged access governance solutions that uniquely combine the key security principles of zero-trust architecture, least privilege enforcement, and continuous risk assessment to prevent cyberattacks|
|Securonix||Sachin Nayyar, Co-Founder||A responsible platform for security threats to enterprises, provides complete visibility, advanced detection, response, and scalability to its customers|
|ShieldByte Infosec||Vaishali Mutalik, Director||An information security and process consulting firm engaged in ensuring security of information through a variety of security services|
|WiJungle||Karmesh Gupta, Co-Founder||Offers a Unified Network Security Gateway, enabling organizations to manage and secure their entire network through a single window|