'So What?' - Startups Make Their PitchNew Security Vendors Describe What Makes Them Unique
Imagine you're the new kid on the cybersecurity block. You believe you have a unique solution to address an unresolved challenge in the information security stack, and beta customers are bullish on your company's potential.
That's the key question: What are you offering that's truly unique, and what tangible difference can your solution make in today's cybersecurity landscape?
In a series of video interviews, ISMG's editors put these questions to a handful of startup company executives, whom we invited to enter our RSA Conference 2018 video studio and deliver their quick pitches.
Ground rules for these startups:
- Back up your claims;
- Avoid bashing competitors;
- Say it all in three minutes (or less).
Consider this their screen test. And in today's crowded cybersecurity marketplace, which of these startups will have what it takes to succeed?
The Startups' Pitches
- Data 443: Putting Governance in Users' Hands with Jason Remillard;
- Axonius: A New Approach to Device Management with Nathan Burke;
- LogicHub: Automating SOC Intel with Monica Jain;
- Allure Security: Protecting Data with Mark Jaffe;
- DeferPanic: More Secure Virtualization via IaaS Containers with Ian Eyberg;
- Acalvio Technologies: Battling Breaches With Deception with Rick Moy;
- StackRox: Security for Containerization and Microservices with Ali Golshan.
- Tessian: Using Machine Learning to Prevent Data Loss with Abhirukt Sapur;
- InstaSafe: A Software-Defined Perimeter with Sandip Kumar Panda .