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11/13/2017
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Emerging IT Security Technologies: 13 Categories, 26 Vendors

A rundown of some of the hottest security product areas, and vendors helping to shape them.
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DevSecOps

Tools for integrating security controls and processes into the DevOps pipeline. 
Vendor: ShiftLeft

Fully automated security-as-a-service for detecting and mitigating security vulnerabilities in cloud apps and microservices during build-time and runtime.
	
Factors to Watch

- Offered on a Try-and-Buy basis
- Combines code intelligence from build-time and runtime
- Exited stealth mode in Sept. 2017 with $9.3 million in Series A funding



Key Executives: Founder and CEO Manish Gupta was formerly the chief product and strategy officer for FireEye.

Founded: 2016

Vendor: Threat Stack

Enabling security and operations to work together with tools for automating critical manual processes.
	
Factors to Watch

- Single platform for monitoring cloud, hybrid cloud, and containerized environment
- Integrates into existing workflows
- Raised $45 million in Series C funding September 2017 bring total raised to $70 million



Key Executives: Brian Ahern took over as Chairman and CEO in May 2015. He is the founder of Industrial Defender Inc., a company that Lockheed Martin acquired in 2014.

Founded: 2012

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DevSecOps

Tools for integrating security controls and processes into the DevOps pipeline.

Vendor: ShiftLeft

Fully automated security-as-a-service for detecting and mitigating security vulnerabilities in cloud apps and microservices during build-time and runtime.

Factors to Watch

  • Offered on a Try-and-Buy basis
  • Combines code intelligence from build-time and runtime
  • Exited stealth mode in Sept. 2017 with $9.3 million in Series A funding

Key Executives: Founder and CEO Manish Gupta was formerly the chief product and strategy officer for FireEye.

Founded: 2016

Vendor: Threat Stack

Enabling security and operations to work together with tools for automating critical manual processes.

Factors to Watch

  • Single platform for monitoring cloud, hybrid cloud, and containerized environment
  • Integrates into existing workflows
  • Raised $45 million in Series C funding September 2017 bring total raised to $70 million

Key Executives: Brian Ahern took over as Chairman and CEO in May 2015. He is the founder of Industrial Defender Inc., a company that Lockheed Martin acquired in 2014.

Founded: 2012

Image Source: REDPIXEL.PL via Shutterstock

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