The Top 25 Cybersecurity Companies of 2021

The Software Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Cybersecurity Companies of 2021. A long-standing concern for businesses across every imaginable industry, cybercrime is growing in complexity and ingenuity, and presents the threat of bringing business to a standstill. This year’s top cybersecurity companies are committed to providing the most cutting-edge protection solutions for their valued customers. As businesses increasingly dedicate operational power to their digital transformation ambitions, cybersecurity solutions keep critical data safe while mitigating further risk and lightening the burden for internal IT professionals.

Though cybersecurity is a united front that puts client protection above all else, within the sector lay a number of sub-specialties that offer specific solutions. Be it data loss prevention (DLP), bot protection, or threat intelligence software, the industry must keep pace due to the advancements in and multifaceted nature of online hazards. Moreover, ambitious expansion of availability and operations is an equally important factor of cybersecurity success. Take Hillstone Networks, for instance, which has just established a 24/7, 365-day Technical Assistance Center Americas (TAC) in Mexico to improve service for its rapidly growing LATAM customers and business partners. Crowdsourced platform Bugcrowd was recently able to secure the sale of its solutions on AWS Marketplace, a major coup for its accessibility. And for real-time threat intelligence, deepwatch offers customers notifications via a SOC mobile application, in addition to SIEM tuning, threat hunting, vulnerability management, endpoint detection, and other solutions.

Hundreds of nomination submissions were evaluated, and this year’s awardees stood out for their dominance in their respective cybersecurity categories in addition to the resounding feedback from industry professionals. Also taken into consideration were the demonstrated effectiveness of their leadership teams as well as each organization’s ability to establish a positive, inclusive working environment. Please join The Software Report in recognizing the achievements of The Top 25 Cybersecurity Companies of 2021.

Founded in 2005, Santa Clara, California-based Palo Alto Networks is a global cybersecurity company serving more than 54,000 customers across roughly 150 countries. The company’s core Security Operating Platform helps keep hackers out by utilizing analytics to automate routine tasks and enforcement, simplifying security so customers can focus on securing users, applications, and data. The platform is optimized for a variety of industries, including financial services and healthcare. The global cybersecurity company also provides cloud security, advanced firewall, endpoint protection, and threat detection and prevention.

1. Palo Alto Networks
Category: Threat Detection and Management
Location: Santa Clara, CA

Palo Alto Networks’ advanced firewalls and cloud-based security products are used by more than 85 of the Fortune 100 companies and 63% of the Global 2000. The company, which went public in July of 2012, employs over 7,000 individuals worldwide. It also recently joined the Nasdaq-100® Index following the launch of its cloud security offering Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), which leverages ML to protect software-as-a-service (SaaS) and collaboration apps.

2. McAfee
Category: Threat Detection and Management
Location: Santa Clara, CA

Considered one of the most well-known cybersecurity companies in the market, McAfee has been churning out cybersecurity software since its inception in 1987. The Santa Clara, California-based security software company also works with governments around the globe, relying on its McAfee Global Threat Intelligence to keep businesses, governments, and consumers one step ahead of hackers. On the business front, McAfee’s endpoint and mobile security products protect end-user devices from attacks, while its network security products and services protect company servers, databases, and data centers. For home users, McAfee provides security software to protect mobile devices and personal computers.

Today, it is a global player in protecting corporate networks and consumers online and when connected to corporate networks. With its ubiquitous solutions, the company remains a major cybersecurity player for enterprises and individuals alike.

3. BlackBerry
Category: Threat Detection and Management
Location: Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

BlackBerry Limited is a Canadian cybersecurity company specializing in enterprise critical event management solutions, endpoint protection, and securing the Internet of Things by using artificial intelligence and machine learning against cyberthreats. Originally known as Research In Motion (RIM), it developed the BlackBerry brand of interactive pagers, smartphones, and tablets. It transitioned to a cybersecurity enterprise software and services company under Chief Executive Officer John S. Chen.

Its products are used by various businesses, car manufacturers, and government agencies to prevent hacking and ransomware attacks. They include BlackBerry Cylance’s artificial intelligence based cyber-security solutions; the BlackBerry AtHoc emergency communication system (ECS) platform; the QNX real-time operating system; and BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Manager), a Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) platform.

4. Hillstone Networks
Category: Infrastructure Protection
Location: Santa Clara, CA

Founded in 2006, Hillstone Networks creates the trusted workplace of the future, protecting over 20,000 customers globally, including the networks of Fortune 500 companies across financial and educational institutions, service providers, and data centers in over 50 countries. Through breakthrough innovation, Hillstone Networks has evolved from a strong network firewall company into an Infrastructure Protection platform with multilayered defense.

Hillstone helps enterprises address all these challenges with solutions that deliver the visibility and intelligence to comprehensively see, thoroughly understand, and rapidly act against today’s multilayer, multistage cyberthreats. From edge to cloud, Hillstone delivers protection with lower total-cost-of-ownership. With a reputation for “security that works,” Hillstone’s holistic product suite includes NGFW, NDR/XDR, SD-WAN, and ZTNA as well as virtual machine and multi-cloud security. Hillstone’s cutting-edge solutions leverage AI/ML and integrate seamlessly into SecOps frameworks, providing assurance to CISOs that their enterprises are well-protected.

5. Bugcrowd
Category: Computer and Network Security Platform
Location: San Francisco, CA

Bugcrowd is the award-winning crowdsourced cybersecurity platform that evolves with emerging threats to help organizations secure innovation sooner. Bugcrowd sources and deploys the security skills organizations need—when they need them—so they can reduce risk faster with a global network of world-class security researchers and SDLC-integrated services. Top enterprises trust the platform for context-aware vulnerability and risk intelligence that’s backed by expert ingenuity.

Based in San Francisco, Bugcrowd enables organizations to rapidly uncover and fix vulnerabilities before they interrupt business. Bugcrowd is backed by Blackbird Ventures, Costanoa Ventures, Industry Ventures, Paladin Capital Group, Rally Ventures, Salesforce Ventures, and Triangle Peak Partners.

6. deepwatch
Category: MDR Enterprise Security
Location: Denver, CO

deepwatch helps secure the digital economy by protecting and defending enterprise networks, everywhere, every day. Since 2015, deepwatch has been working to advance security operations with a new service model for the Security Operations Center. Renowned as an industry innovator that delivers outstanding, highly-tailored security services, deepwatch has exceptional customer satisfaction and retention. Focused on merging relentless customer service with advanced security technology, deepwatch is committed to continuous innovation to improve customer outcomes. deepwatch customers benefit from real-time threat intel notifications via a SOC mobile application, SIEM tuning, threat hunting, vulnerability management, endpoint detection, automated and coordinated response, and real-time access to their assigned Squad of experts.

deepwatch has always been a remote-based company, with two physical Security Operations Centers; one is based in Denver, CO, and the other is located in Tampa Bay, FL. This approach has allowed deepwatch to build its internal bench of superior cybersecurity expertise across all domains to support customers who have lean operating budgets, small in-house teams, and significant security risks to manage. In 2021, deepwatch experienced substantial growth, with customers ranging from small businesses to Fortune 100 companies, and plans to expand services are underway for 2022.

7. OPSWAT
Category: Critical Infrastructure Protection
Location: Tampa, FL

OPSWAT is a global leader in IT and OT critical infrastructure cybersecurity solutions, protecting the world’s mission-critical organizations from malware and zero-day attacks. To minimize the risk of compromise, OPSWAT Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) solutions safeguard both public and private sector organizations with the latest technology, processes, and hardware scanning to secure the transfer of data, files, and device access across critical networks. From web application security to network security, to malware analysis to solutions that govern and secure data or device transfer for segmented and air-gapped network environments, OPSWAT knows what it takes to protect IT and OT environments from the evolving threat landscape.

More than 1,500 organizations worldwide spanning Financial Services, Defense, Manufacturing, Energy, Aerospace, and Transportation Systems trust OPSWAT to secure their files and devices, ensure compliance with industry and government-driven policies and regulations, and protect their reputation, finances, employees, and customers from cyber-driven disruption. Its recent $125 million investment from Brighton Park Capital and acquisitions of Bayshore Networks and SNDBOX are testaments to OPSWAT’s commitment to constant innovation in its technology solutions and operational success around the globe.

8. iboss.com
Category: Cloud Security
Location: Boston, MA

iboss is a cloud security company that enables the modern workforce to connect securely and directly to all applications from wherever they work. Built on a containerized cloud architecture, iboss delivers security capabilities such as SWG, malware defense, RBI, CASB, and data loss prevention to all connections via the cloud, instantaneously and at scale. This eliminates the need for traditional network security appliances, such as VPNs, firewalls, and web gateway proxies, which are ineffective at protecting a cloud-first and mobile world.

Leveraging a purpose-built cloud architecture backed by 230+ issued and pending patents and more than 100 points of presence globally, iboss processes over 150 billion transactions daily, blocking 4 billion threats per day. More than 4,000 global enterprises trust the iboss Cloud Platform to support their modern workforces, including a large number of Fortune 50 companies.

9. Sectigo
Category: Certificate Lifecycle Management
Location: Roseland, NJ

Sectigo is the leading provider of digital certificates and automated Certificate Lifecycle Management (CLM) solutions—trusted by the world’s largest brands. Its cloud-based universal CLM platform issues and manages the lifecycles of digital certificates issued by Sectigo and other Certificate Authorities (CAs) to secure every human and machine identity across the enterprise. With over 20 years of experience establishing digital trust, Sectigo is one of the longest-standing and largest CAs, with more than 700,000 customers, including 36% of the Fortune 1000.

Its flagship product, Sectigo Certificate Manager (SCM), is a leading, CA-agnostic, cloud-based Certificate Lifecycle Management (CLM) platform. It is purpose-built to issue digital certificates and manage their lifecycles, securing every human and machine identity across an enterprise. Recognized for its award-winning innovation and best-in-class global customer support, Sectigo is positioned to secure the digital landscape of today and tomorrow.

10. Infosec
Category: Cybersecurity Education
Location: Madison, WI

Infosec Institute is a leading cybersecurity education company equipping all organizations and their employees with the know-how and confidence to outsmart cybercrime. It upskills and certifies security and IT teams to securely code, configure, and defend critical assets—while empowering all employees with security awareness and privacy training to be cyber safe at work and home. More than 70% of the Fortune 500 have relied on Infosec Skills to develop their security talent and teams, and more than 5 million learners are more cyber-resilient from Infosec IQ’s security awareness and phishing training.

Founded in 2004 by Jack Koziol, Infosec has been recognized by Forrester as a Leader in Security Awareness & Training and by IDC as a Leader in IT Training. In 2021, Infosec introduced several innovations to its cybersecurity education platforms. The goal is to accelerate global cyber-readiness by preparing the security workforce of the future with hands-on experiences and required skills to fill 3.1 million currently open roles, equipping organizations with role-aligned security learning paths to retain top talent and break down skill-development barriers for aspiring new cyber professionals, and intentionally flipping the script from one-size-fits-all, compliance-driven security awareness training to personalized learning experiences that engage and strengthen security culture.

11. Identiv
Category: Fraud Protection and Verification
Location: Fremont, CA

Identiv is a global leader in the phygital experience, digitally securing the physical world with seamless authentication and security solutions. The company’s logical access control technology identifies and verifies users to safely and securely access data. Multi-factor authentication and passwordless experiences provide the strongest cybersecurity, while remote authentication and embedded application solutions protect data on-the-go, in the office, or at home.

Based in the San Francisco Bay area of California, Identiv not only protects identities from malicious attacks and secures intellectual property, but also verifies frictionless access, allows for anywhere operations, and drives IoT innovation. Its platform encompasses RFID and NFC, cybersecurity, and the full spectrum of physical access, video, and audio security. The company is led by Chief Executive Officer Steven Humphreys, a 40-year veteran of the technology and security sectors who believes that in order for security to be successful, it must also be convenient.

Through internal development, targeted acquisitions, and investment, Identiv has emerged as an industry-leading security technology company, protecting ecosystems, people, data, physical items, organizations, and locations, including the U.S. government’s most important spaces. With a market cap approaching $400 million and revenue close to $90 million, Identiv is on track to grow at a rate of more than 15% over the near future.

12. Secure Code Warrior
Category: Secure Coding
Location: Chippendale, Australia

Secure Code Warrior makes secure coding a positive and engaging experience for developers as they increase their software security skills. Its flagship Learning Platform delivers relevant skills-based pathways for developers to write secure code at speed; while intelligent and contextual developer tools fix common security bugs in real-time.

Through inspiring a global community of security-conscious developers to embrace a preventative secure coding approach, our mission is to pioneer a people-first solution to security upskilling, stamping out poor coding patterns for good. Secure Code Warrior was established in 2015, and its customers include major financial institutions, telcos, retail, governments and global technology companies across Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific.

13. ReversingLabs
Category: Threat Detection and Management
Location: Cambridge, MA

ReversingLabs is the leading provider of explainable threat intelligence and application security solutions that detect and analyze complex file and binary-based threats built to evade traditional security solutions. Its solutions protect against new high-risk exposures and software tampering while automating manual SOC and compliance processes with a transparency that arms developers, application security teams, SOC analysts, and threat hunters to confidently take action.

ReversingLabs is used by the world’s most advanced security vendors and deployed across all industries searching for a more intelligent way to get at the root of web, mobile, email, cloud, app development, and software supply chain threat problems, of which files and binaries have become major risk contributors.

14. Sumsub
Category: Fraud Protection and Verification
Location: London, United Kingdom

Sumsub provides an all-in-one technical and legal toolkit to cover KYC/AML needs. Its powerful platform converts more customers, speeds up verification, and reduces costs—all while fighting the most sophisticated forms of digital fraud. Sumsub uses in-house technology (76 solutions in total) to exclude intermediaries from the verification process and provide global clients with enhanced privacy and reliability.

Founded in 2015 by three brothers—Andrew, Peter, and Jacob Sever—Sumsub has risen to the top 7 companies in the verification sector, with clients across the fintech, trading, carsharing, gaming, and digital marketplace industries. Today, market leaders such as BlaBlaCar, DiDi, Binance, Gett, Hyundai, and JobToday onboard their customers quickly and easily, steer clear of fraud, and stay compliant with regulatory requirements—all thanks to Sumsub’s leading solution.

15. ThreatQuotient
Category: Threat Detection and Management
Location: Reston, VA

ThreatQuotient improves security operations by fusing together disparate data sources, tools, and teams to accelerate threat detection and response. ThreatQuotient’s data-driven security operations platform helps teams prioritize, automate, and collaborate on security incidents; enables more focused decision making; and maximizes limited resources by integrating existing processes and technologies into a unified workspace. The result is reduced noise, clear priority threats, and the ability to automate processes with high-fidelity data.

ThreatQuotient’s industry-leading data management, orchestration, and automation capabilities support multiple use cases including incident response, threat hunting, spear phishing, alert triage, and vulnerability prioritization, and can also serve as a threat intelligence platform. ThreatQuotient is headquartered in Northern Virginia with international operations based out of Europe and APAC.

16. CTM360
Category: Threat Detection and Management
Location: Manama, Bahrain

CTM360 is a fully managed Digital Risk Protection (DRP) platform that detects and manages vulnerabilities and threats across the surface, deep, and dark web. Based on CTM360’s comprehensive DRP stack, subscribed members benefit from diverse technologies—such as Attack surface reduction, Brand Protection, Anti-Phishing, Threat Hunting, cybersecurity risk scorecard, threat intelligence, takedowns, and investigations on an unlimited basis—all in a single bundle. Organizations are typically onboarded seamlessly without installations or prior configurations. The company takes a unique offensive defense approach to cybersecurity by aiming to neutralize threats in their infancy, making subscribed members a harder target in cyberspace.

Founded by serial entrepreneur Mirza Asrar Baig in 2014, the company serves over 120 corporations, including 30 of the top 50 GCC banks, healthcare, and sovereign wealth funds across 28 countries. The company has to date managed more than 500,000 unique incidents, indexed 11 billion hacked accounts, and protected more than 1,000 executives. CTM360 has recently been recognized as Digital Risk Protection (DRPS) and External Attack Surface Management (EASM) vendors in Gartner’s latest report on “Emerging Technology and Trends Impact Radar: Security” in 2021.

17. SlashNext
Category: Threat Detection and Management
Location: Pleasanton, CA

SlashNext is the authority on multi-channel phishing and human hacking, leading the fight to protect the world’s internet users from targeted phishing anywhere. SlashNext’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) phishing detection engine, with virtual browsers and behavioral analysis, uses computer vision, natural language processing, and several machine-learning classifiers to detect and stop well-crafted multi-payload phishing attacks delivered across multiple communication channels, including legitimate infrastructure.

Today, as humans have moved completely to the cloud, using apps, browsers, and mobile devices to communicate with work, family, and friends, SlashNext is uniquely positioned to stop multi-channel phishing and human hacking. SlashNext 360° Defense Service utilizes the company’s patented AI SEERTM technology to detect zero-hour phishing threats by performing dynamic run-time analysis on billions of URLs a day through virtual browsers and machine learning. SlashNext’s phishing defense services include browser protection, email detection and response, mobile protection, and APIs.

18. SEKOIA
Category: Threat Detection and Management
Location: Paris, France

SEKOIA is bound to become Europe’s leading cybersecurity scale-up. Since 2016, it has developed the first European Cyber Threat Intelligence-driven core XDR platform SEKOIA.IO, enabling companies to leverage the full spectrum of their security assets in order to neutralize threats before impact. From an initial customer base spanning most of the largest French companies, the company recently engaged in international distribution to provide the world with the most easy-to-use and comprehensive security operations experience. SEKOIA’s Threat Detection & Research team is acclaimed amongst the best private European CTI editors, and its focus on UX design for Security Operations Center Analysts and Managed Security Services Providers makes its SaaS platform a leading and agile-at-scale active protection solution.

By leveraging open interfaces and standards, state-of-the-art SaaS architectures, and inside CTI production, the SEKOIA.IO platform cuts the cognitive workload of security analysts tenfold and SOC operational expenses by 3, compared to previous-generation solutions. Packaged under a deterministic asset-based pricing, SEKOIA.IO enables CISOs and MSSPs with affordable protection without compromising on performances. Select partnerships under the OPEN XDR PLATFORM brand turns the SEKOIA.IO ecosystem into the only best-of-breed composable security offering on the market.

19. DataDome
Category: Bot Protection
Location: New York, NY

Founded in 2015, DataDome is setting the new standard in online fraud and bot management. With a mission to free the web from fraudulent traffic so that sensitive data remains safe and online platforms can perform at optimum speed, DataDome protects mobile apps, websites, and APIs from online fraud, including scraping, scalping, credential stuffing and account takeover, Layer 7 DDoS attacks, and carding fraud. DataDome’s AI-powered bot detection engine processes more than a trillion signals every day, from 25 worldwide points of presence, to protect the largest global e-commerce businesses in real time.

The company has received widespread industry recognition for its best-in-class solution: DataDome is the best user-rated bot management solution on G2, is designated a Representative Vendor of Bot Mitigation by Gartner, ranked as a Strong Performer in Forrester’s latest report on Bot Management, and, most recently, was awarded the 2021 Cybersecurity Breakthrough Award for Best E-Commerce Security Solution. Headquartered in New York and Paris, with an additional office in Singapore, DataDome is rapidly expanding after securing $35m in VC funds this past year.

20. ThreatLocker
Category: Endpoint Security
Location: Maitland, FL

ThreatLocker is a tool for endpoint security that gives companies control over what applications run on their networks. It protects companies from ransomware, malware, viruses, and other types of security threats from permissions to applications. Users are afforded management at a granular level, from specifying an amount of time to automatically blocking applications when a policy has expired. ThreatLocker aims to be user-friendly across company managed IT or internal IT departments. Its applications are streamlined so that the processing of requesting and granting access to users is simple and efficient.

ThreatLocker was founded in 2017 by cybersecurity leaders Danny Jenkins and Sami Jenkins. The company is looking to develop further partnerships with managed service providers, and it announced 20 new partnerships in 2019. Through the consortium, ThreatLocker said it would be able to deliver enterprise-class tech at an affordable rate to smaller businesses through their MSPs. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, Chief Executive Officer Danny Jenkins has said that the company will focus on endpoints “out in the wild” without protections of a corporate firewall. ThreatLocker will continue its product development to facilitate easier deployment and bring down the cost of ownership.

21. TrueFort
Category: Application and Cloud Security
Location: Weehawken, NJ

TrueFort is the most advanced zero-trust platform for protecting application workloads from cyberthreats. The company believes the largest and most-targeted attack surface for enterprises is the application environment. TrueFort secures applications and data using telemetry from its own lightweight agent or customers’ existing agents, including CrowdStrike and others. The TrueFort Fortress platform’s full-stack cloud workload protection capabilities, patented advanced behavioral analytics, policy automation, real-time insight into the application environment, and bring-your-own-agent approach have solidified it as a leader in the space.

TrueFort was founded in 2015 by Sameer Malhotra and Nazario Parsacala, two former IT and security executives from JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, and Goldman Sachs. Their vision and mission is to provide organizations deep visibility into application behaviors and dependencies that are critical to security but lacking in traditional infrastructure protection tools. TrueFort is trusted by Global 2000 companies in finance, insurance, healthcare, telecommunications, and other industries. In 2021, the company won the Computing Cloud Excellence award for Cloud Security Product of the Year, The Cybersecurity Excellence award for Cloud Workload Protection, and was a finalist in the Baby Black Unicorn awards.

22. Cobalt Iron
Category: Data Resiliency
Location: Lawrence, KS

Imagine if it were possible to automate the entire enterprise backup infrastructure, no matter the complexity or size, and make it impervious to cyberattacks. That’s what Cobalt Iron’s Compass® software does. Cobalt Iron was born in 2013 to remedy the repeated failures, high costs, increasing product complexities, spiraling data growth, and growing need to protect enterprise data beyond basic backup and restore. Cobalt Iron solves the challenges and complexity through technology—specifically, SaaS-delivered, cyber security, analytics-driven, software-automated backup—instead of people.

The addition of data analytics can drive efficiency and automation in the enterprise backup environment, freeing IT admins from the drudgery of many time-consuming backup functions that are currently handled manually. Cobalt Iron customers have seen dramatic cost reductions and the elimination of up to 90% of daily backup tasks.

Today, Cobalt Iron Compass is the world’s leading SaaS-based enterprise data protection system. Through analytics and automation, Compass enables enterprises to transform and optimize legacy backup solutions into a simple cloud-based architecture with built-in cybersecurity. Processing more than 8 million jobs a month for customers in 44 countries, Compass delivers modern data protection for enterprise customers around the world.

23. Avint
Category: Federal Cybersecurity Consulting
Location: Herndon, VA

Avint is a leader in transformational cybersecurity solutions to achieve government mission success. As one of the fastest-growing service-disabled, veteran-owned, and women-owned small businesses, Avint offers defense, intelligence, and national security customers superior options for securing systems anywhere at any time. Through proven past performance in delivering advanced cybersecurity solutions within classified technology environments, the Avint team is trusted for ensuring excellent outcomes. Avint was founded by Chief Executive Officer Marcie Nagel, a recognized national cybersecurity expert, U.S. Air Force and FBI veteran, and former principal and Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program leader at Booz Allen Hamilton.

Recently, the company achieved several major industry awards and milestones. It has been recognized as a Best Workplace by Great Place to Work, a highly respected national award. The CEO and the executive team are renowned experts in the U.S. and internationally, and are frequently asked to speak at major cybersecurity conferences. This year, they spoke at the Defense Information Systems Agency’s cybersecurity forum. Avint was also awarded the ISO 9001:2015 certification for ensuring compliance with the highest standards of quality management. Avint stands for Avid Integrity.

24. GTB Technologies
Category: DLP Solutions
Location: Newport Beach, CA

Growing since 2004, consistently rated 5 stars within Gartner Peer Insights reports, named in Best Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Solutions of 2021 by Cyber Defense Magazine, and “Lab Approved” by SC Magazine; GTB Technologies is the leader and creator of DLP for intellectual property. GTB’s Data Security that Works platform integrates content, context, and location awareness along with encryption and data-level controls to reduce the risk of and/or prevent sensitive data loss, misuse, and data theft. Its proven, patented technology offers organizations the ability to accurately monitor, audit, control, and prevent sensitive data from malicious theft, while automatically enforcing data security policies and procedures.

GTB’s platform is delivered on-premises or off, as a managed service, self-service, or hybrid. The company’s MSP affiliate program helps those MSSPs looking to become indispensable to their customers. Being the only truly independent company in Data Leak/DLP permits GTB to focus on its customers rather than investors’ short-term objectives, thus delivering the best-in-class technology and customer service.

25. OccamSec
Category: Threat Detection and Management
Location: New York, NY

OccamSec is an information security company offering an end-to-end solution, driven by both offensive and defensive research, that directly addresses the security desires of the Fortune 500 as well as the smaller organizations it serves. Chief Executive Officer Mark Stamford founded the company in 2010, and the highly skilled employee base he has assembled works across areas including penetration testing, threat hunting, incident response, threat intelligence, and security architecture. At the same time, OccamSec strives to build solutions which provide the benefits of its services at scale.

The company’s team is bursting with creative thinkers who love solving problems by utilizing their extensive expertise from operational roles. OccamSec has earned the trust of organizations the world over, always tailoring recommendations to clients’ needs, constantly adapting to changes in the cybersecurity landscape, and striving for cost effectiveness.

Source: The Software Report