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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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RiskSense
Cyber risk management provider  

About: As companies' attack surfaces continue to grow, RiskSense collects data from IT and security tools and contextualizes it to give a whole view of the cybersecurity posture.  
Founded: 2015 
2016 funding: : $7M in Series A, August 2016 
Leaders/Founders: CEO Srinivas Mukkamala and Mark Fidel, who oversees corporate development, co-founded RiskSense. Mukkamala was formerly senior research scientist at New Mexico Tech. Fidel previously served as president and managing partner at Computational Analysis and Network Enterprise Solutions (CAaNES).

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RiskSense

Cyber risk management provider

About: As companies' attack surfaces continue to grow, RiskSense collects data from IT and security tools and contextualizes it to give a whole view of the cybersecurity posture.
Founded: 2015
2016 funding: : $7M in Series A, August 2016
Leaders/Founders: CEO Srinivas Mukkamala and Mark Fidel, who oversees corporate development, co-founded RiskSense. Mukkamala was formerly senior research scientist at New Mexico Tech. Fidel previously served as president and managing partner at Computational Analysis and Network Enterprise Solutions (CAaNES).

Image Source: RiskSense

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