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16 Innovative Cybersecurity Technologies Of 2016

This year's SINET 16 Innovators were chosen from 82 applicants representing nine countries.
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Vera
Data security, information rights management company 

About: Enables IT teams to track and audit digital data across devices while carrying security and policy so they can keep track of who is allowed to access information. 
Founded: 2014 
2016 funding: $21M in Series B, February 2016 
Leaders/Founders: CEO Ajay Arora and chief technology and product officer Prakash Linga co-founded Vera. Both are former employees of AppSense, where Arora was CTO and VP of product management and Linga was VP of engineering.

Image Source: Vera via Twitter

Vera

Data security, information rights management company

About: Enables IT teams to track and audit digital data across devices while carrying security and policy so they can keep track of who is allowed to access information.
Founded: 2014
2016 funding: $21M in Series B, February 2016
Leaders/Founders: CEO Ajay Arora and chief technology and product officer Prakash Linga co-founded Vera. Both are former employees of AppSense, where Arora was CTO and VP of product management and Linga was VP of engineering.

Image Source: Vera via Twitter

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