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20 Cybersecurity Vendors Getting Venture Capital Love

VCs splashed a record $4B in funding in the cybersecurity pool - here are some highlights among the early- to middle-stage startups who snagged big deals last year.
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Transmit Security
Biometric and OTP authentication 
Factors To Watch: $15M+ funding round in 2017; All-Star Security Executives 
Founded: 2014 
2017 Funding: $40M Self-Funded (January) 
Notable Leaders/Founders: CEO Mickey Boodaei was a co-founder of Imperva and together with president Rakesh K. Loonkar, also co-founded Trusteer, which was eventually picked up by IBM in 2014. Last year the pair plowed $40M of their own dollars into a funding round for Transmit.

Transmit Security

Biometric and OTP authentication
Factors To Watch: $15M+ funding round in 2017; All-Star Security Executives
Founded: 2014
2017 Funding: $40M Self-Funded (January)
Notable Leaders/Founders: CEO Mickey Boodaei was a co-founder of Imperva and together with president Rakesh K. Loonkar, also co-founded Trusteer, which was eventually picked up by IBM in 2014. Last year the pair plowed $40M of their own dollars into a funding round for Transmit.

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