Daily Archives: April 11, 2019

What to Know About the New Card Production Security Assessor Program


PCI SSC is in the process of launching a new program to train and qualify security professionals to perform assessments using the Card Production Security Standards. Gill Woodcock, Senior Director of Certification Programs, provides an update on this effort and how it will improve the security of payments.

Most Promising Israeli Cybersecurity Startups for 2019

Around 450 cybersecurity companies are operating in Israel, constituting 5% of the global cybersecurity market. The cybersecurity industry was founded in Israel in the late 80s, with the establishment of several local companies that developed anti-virus software and information security. To understand the impact of Israeli companies on the global market, we can mention a few of the well-known Israeli cyber companies: Check Point, Radware, CyberArk, Imperva.

The cybersecurity industry in Israel, which is an important part of Israel’s software industry, includes a wide range of companies that protect from cyber warfare and cybercrime. The sector includes companies operating in it for a long time as independent companies, together with start-up companies that were sold to foreign companies, they continue to operate in Israel as development centers of the acquiring companies. In the list below we will mention the most promising Israeli cybersecurity companies for 2019. We’ve created this list to give an overview of startups that our industry needs to track and be aware of. The companies below are operating in Israel or founded by Israelis, they all award-winning companies. To see the full list of Israeli cybersecurity companies please check our database.

Our list of Most Promising Israeli Cybersecurity Startups for 2019

breach and attack simulation XM CyberXM Cyber

In order to prevent cyber-attacks, organizations should identify in advance attack vectors that hackers will utilize to compromise their critical assets. Moreover, security holes should be remediated as soon as they are created and before attackers utilize them.

XM Cyber’s multi-award-winning breach and attack simulation (BAS) platform identifies continuously attack vectors and prioritizes remediation. The platform provides organizations with a clear understanding, at any given time, of where and how hackers will compromise their crown jewels. XM Cyber was founded by executives from the Israeli cyber intelligence community and has offices in the US, UK, Israel and in Australia.


SilverfortSilverfort

Corporate networks are going through dramatic changes due to IT revolutions like cloud, IoT and BYOD. With countless devices and services connected to each other without clear perimeters, users must be authenticated before accessing any sensitive resources.

Silverfort delivers strong authentication across complex corporate networks and cloud environments, without requiring any software agents, proxies or local configurations. Silverfort seamlessly enables adaptive multi-factor authentication for all sensitive users, devices and resources, including systems that don’t support it today, such as IoT devices, homegrown applications, critical infrastructure and more. Silverfort enables enterprises to prevent data breaches, comply with regulatory requirements and migrate sensitive assets securely to the cloud.


SixgillSixgill

Cybersecurity companies often rely on manual or semi-automatic processes to gather and analyze intelligence, creating a lengthy, expensive and ineffective intelligence cycle that fails to mitigate threats.

Founded in 2014, Sixgill provides cyber threat intelligence solutions based on coverage of exclusive-access to deep and dark web sources, to enterprises around the world including Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, and law enforcement agencies.

In 2017, Sixgill was awarded a “Top 10 Most Innovative and Promising Companies of the World” at the Netexplo/UNESCO Paris conference and was included in the Disrupt 100. In 2016, Sixgill was named one of the “Top 5 Most Innovative Companies” at CyberTech Tel Aviv.


API Security Salt SecuritySalt Security

Salt Security protects the APIs at the core of every SaaS, web, mobile, microservices and IoT application. Its API Protection Platform is the first patented solution to prevent the next generation of API attacks, using behavioral protection. Deployed in minutes, the AI-powered solution automatically and continuously discovers and learns the granular behavior of APIs and requires no configuration or customization to ensure API protection.

The company was founded in 2016 by alumni of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) and serial executives in cybersecurity and in 2019 was selected as a finalist for the RSA Innovation Sandbox.


IntezerIntezer

Intezer’s Genetic Malware Analysis technology identifies code reuse among trusted and malicious software to detect advanced cyber threats. The technology determines whether a file is trusted or malicious, while also classifying the malicious file to its relevant malware family and providing information about the level of sophistication and the threat actor behind the attack, within seconds. The company also offers a free community edition where users can detect code reuse to obtain insights about malware families and threat actors.
Fortune 500 companies leverage Intezer to automate their malware analysis and classification and reduce false positives — improving security operations and accelerating incident response. The company’s technology has provided crucial insights in several high profile cyber attacks before leading engines and government agencies, including APT28, MirageFox, NotPetya and WannaCry.

Intezer was named a Cybersecurity Excellence Awards 2019 winner for Best Cybersecurity Company and Cyber Defense Magazine Infosec 2019 award winners for Cutting Edge Malware Analysis and Incident Response. The company was named an SC Awards USA finalist in the category of Newcomer Security Company of the Year.


Protego’s serverless securityProtego

Serverless applications require unique security solutions. Founded in 2017, Protego’s comprehensive SaaS solution helps organizations embrace serverless technology securely.

The Platform:

· Saves developers & DevSecOps time by automating application hardening & governance within existing pipelines.

· Provides CloudAppSec with serverless app visibility & seamless run-time security with function self protection.

Protego won the 2019 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards for Best Startup and was named a 2019 Company to Watch by SDTimes Magazine. In 2018, Protego won an Innovator Award from SC Magazine, received Frost & Sullivan’s Global New Product Innovation Award, and won most innovative initiative at the CyberTech Tel Aviv Conference.


SepioSepio

Sepio is disrupting the cyber-security industry by uncovering hidden hardware attacks. Sepio Prime provides security teams with full visibility into their hardware assets and their behavior in real time. A comprehensive policy enforcement module allows administrators to easily define granular device usage rules and continuously monitor and protect their infrastructure. Leveraging a combination of physical fingerprinting technology together with device behavior analytics, Sepio’s software-only solution offers instant detection and response to any threat or breach attempt coming from a manipulated or infected element.

Sepio Systems recently was awarded by Frost & Sullivan the Best Practice and Technology Leadership award for RDM (Rogue Device Mitigation) market.


ReblazeReblaze

Founded in 2012, Reblaze is a cloud-based, fully managed protective shield for sites and web applications. Hostile traffic is blocked in the cloud, before it reaches the protected network.
Reblaze is a comprehensive web security solution, providing a next-gen WAF, DoS and DDoS protection, bot mitigation, scraping prevention, CDN, load balancing, and more.
The platform offers a unique combination of benefits. Machine learning provides accurate, adaptive threat detection. Dedicated Virtual Private Clouds ensure maximum privacy. Top-tier infrastructure assures maximum performance. Fine-grained ACLs enable precise traffic regulation. An intuitive web-based management console provides real-time traffic control. A one-month trial offer allows you to assess Reblaze with no cost, risk, or obligation.


Regulus CyberRegulus Cyber

Regulus Cyber offers Defense for Sensors used in Automotive, Maritime and Aviation.
Being the first company focusing entirely on sensor security solutions that protect commonly used sensors for both manned and unmanned systems. The product called Pyramid is offering real-time protection against jamming and spoofing attacks.
These attacks can disable or hack sensors such as GNSS, LiDAR, Radar and other mission-critical components.
Regulus Pyramid has won several awards including AUVSI Excellence 1st place cybersecurity winner and The Cyberstorm Startup Competition and received $6.3 million in funding from leading VCs in Israel and Silicon Valley.


MorphisecMorphisec

Morphisec fundamentally changes the cybersecurity scene by shifting the advantage to defenders, keeping them ahead of attacks with moving target defense.

Emerging from the national cyber security center and from some of the sharpest cyber security minds in Israel, Morphisec provides the ultimate threat prevention by making sure attackers never find the targets they seek.

 


This was our latest list of most promising Israeli cybersecurity startups fro 2019. We hope that you will find what you need. Feel free to contact us if you want to add a company to our list.

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D.C. Area Crypto Day – Spring 2019

D.C. Area Crypto Day is a bi-annual, one-day regional meeting of cryptographic researchers to promote research collaborations and disseminate fresh, state-of-the-art results in cryptography. Previous D.C.