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Slide Show: 20 Security Startups To Watch

Cloud security, mobile security, advanced behavioral detection, and a few other surprises mark this latest crop of newcomers
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It's boom times for security startups as experienced researchers, security entrepreneurs, and other industry players try to cash in while helping enterprises deal with the next generation of threats. With technology addressing everything from cloud and mobile security to advanced threat detection, this latest class of startups shows promise in offering a spate of new development in the year to come.

 

Ericka Chickowski specializes in coverage of information technology and business innovation. She has focused on information security for the better part of a decade and regularly writes about the security industry as a contributor to Dark Reading.  View Full Bio

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Brogue,
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2/4/2014 | 12:44:01 AM
re: Slide Show: 20 Security Startups To Watch
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pallavkaushish,
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2/3/2014 | 5:42:31 AM
re: Slide Show: 20 Security Startups To Watch
You might wanna look at http://perfectcloud.io. A startup which is creating end to end security solutons with the help of their patented technology.
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