CRN recognizes startups that have gained significant traction and recognition for their technology that looks to solve security challenges around orchestration, threat detection, the Internet of Things, risk scoring and network security.
Alex Vieux, publisher and CEO of Red Herring. “The variety, depth, disruption and traction we saw from the early stage companies to those with significant scale made it one of the toughest vintages to judge. The North America winners are representative of the amazing ecosystem that never ceases to astound, with new and experienced entrepreneurs continuing to push the barriers of innovation. As one of the winners, Bastille should be proud of its accomplishment under such strong competition."
In the “Gartner Cool Vendors in Cloud and Emerging Technology Security, 2016” report by Gartner, Inc. Bastille was recognized for its groundbreaking IoT security solution that detects and analyzes data transmitted via radio frequencies at 60MHz – 6GHz and alerts companies of anomalous behavior.
More than 3,400 nominations from organizations of all sizes and in virtually every industry were submitted this year for consideration in a wide range of categories, including Startup of the Year, Executive of the Year, Best New Product or Service of the Year, Marketing Campaign of the Year, Live Event of the Year, and App of the Year, among others.
Bastille Recognized for Providing Unprecedented Visibility to Network Threats from Wireless Internet of Things (IoT) Devices. Bastille has been named one of 10 finalists for RSA Conference Innovation Sandbox Contest 2016 for its work to secure the Enterprise through detection and mitigation of threats from wireless Internet of Things (IoT) devices. On Monday, February 29, 2016, Bastille will have the opportunity to showcase its innovative information security technology to the Innovation Sandbox Contest panel of judges for a chance to be named “RSAC Most Innovative Startup 2016.”
Bastille, the first cybersecurity company to detect and mitigate threats from the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced that Cyber Defense Magazine (CDM), the industry's leading electronic information security magazine and media partner of the RSA® Conference 2016, has named Bastille the winner of the “Best Wireless Security Solution” award for 2016. The 4th annual CDM awards recognize innovation during the RSA conference.
When it comes to a company's security strategy, network security has undergone a major evolution with the advent of next-generation technologies. The inaugural CRN Security 100 list includes network security vendors that offer next-generation firewalls, Internet of Things security, network visibility, cloud security and more. There are both long-standing legacy vendors as well as hot new startups, fresh off new rounds of funding.
The emergence of cybersecurity startups has continued unabated as entrepreneurs vie for corporate customers seeking new technologies to battle ever increasing and innovative attackers. The expertise of these new companies range from various improvements to encryption products to analyzing the wealth of security-incident data gathered from networks to gear that detects the potentially malicious wireless activity of Internet of Things devices.
The solution and services market for IoT will catapult to $1.7 trillion in 2020, according to the research firm IDC, while during that time the market will expand at a CAGR of 17%. CRN has complied 50 companies who are building tailored-made IoT solutions that channel partners need to know.
The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) today announced the Top 10 Innovative Technology Companies in Georgia. These companies were singled out from the Top 40 Innovative Technology Companies for showing the highest degree of innovation, the broadest scope and financial impact of their innovations and the greatest effect of such innovation in promoting Georgia's technology industry throughout the U.S. and globally.
Momentum Partners has completed their selection of the forty companies to the firm’s annual Watch List from the 1,500+ cybersecurity companies the firm tracks globally. Input was carefully considered from Momentum’s vast network of corporate dealmakers, investors, and cybersecurity professionals in order to identify these forty companies displaying tremendous momentum.