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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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Threat Intelligence Analysis

Tools that help organizations better respond to security threats by adding context from external sources to internal threat data. 

Vendor: Recorded Future

Automated service that combines analyst-originated threat intelligence with intelligence from dark Web, open, and technical sources.
	
Factors to Watch

- Analyst-originated current and finished intelligence
- Strong presence in large companies
- Recently raised $25 million in Series E venture funding to bring total raised to $58 million



Key Executives: Founder and CEO Christopher Ahlberg was formerly an executive vice president at Tibco. He also founded Spotfire, a company that Tibco later acquired.

Founded: 2009

Vendor: ThreatConnect

In-platform analytics and orchestration of external threat intelligence and data from internal data.
	
Factors to Watch

- On-premise and cloud deployment options
- Newly updated dashboards for visualizing threat intelligence data
- Integrations with more than 100 open source and curated feeds, SIEM systems and other products



Key Executives: CEO and founder Adam Vincent is a cybersecurity veteran with a background in areas such as network security, penetration testing and cryptanalysis.

Founded: 2011

Image Source: LeoWolfert via Shutterstock

Threat Intelligence Analysis

Tools that help organizations better respond to security threats by adding context from external sources to internal threat data.

Vendor: Recorded Future

Automated service that combines analyst-originated threat intelligence with intelligence from dark Web, open, and technical sources.

Factors to Watch

  • Analyst-originated current and finished intelligence
  • Strong presence in large companies
  • Recently raised $25 million in Series E venture funding to bring total raised to $58 million

Key Executives: Founder and CEO Christopher Ahlberg was formerly an executive vice president at Tibco. He also founded Spotfire, a company that Tibco later acquired.

Founded: 2009

Vendor: ThreatConnect

In-platform analytics and orchestration of external threat intelligence and data from internal data.

Factors to Watch

  • On-premise and cloud deployment options
  • Newly updated dashboards for visualizing threat intelligence data
  • Integrations with more than 100 open source and curated feeds, SIEM systems and other products

Key Executives: CEO and founder Adam Vincent is a cybersecurity veteran with a background in areas such as network security, penetration testing and cryptanalysis.

Founded: 2011

Image Source: LeoWolfert via Shutterstock

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