The fourth annual CyberTech100 has revealed the most innovative cyber businesses that are boosting cyber defences globally.
Founded in 2015 and spun out of ETH’s Laboratory for Software Technology, xorlab harnesses machine intelligence to defend organizations against never-been-seen-before cyber threats in email, and soon also in other services like Slack, Teams or Confluence. Its software understands human communication behavior and relationships to uncover even the most sophisticated attacks.
The level of uncertainty financial institutions have for third-party cyber risk is worrying. Firms have no idea how a company accesses their network and the back doors left open for criminals. CyberGRX was created to fix this.
The third annual CyberTech100 has been revealed, detailing the must-know names in the industry.
Speed is vital during a cyberattack. The quicker a company can respond to an incident, the greater the chance to minimise the negative impact it has, according to Kroll head of EMEA cyber risk, Andrew Beckett.
The ubiquity of high-profile cyberattacks in the last few years have highlighted the importance of online security, and AI and machine learning (ML) might be the antidote against cybercriminals.
As the threat of cyberattacks continue to rise, FinTech Global has named the 100 most innovative CyberTech companies in its second annual list.
Despite Covid-19 causing a spike in digital threats, investment into cybersecurity has cooled down.
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