Enterprise security solutions protect businesses from both hardware and software wide security threats. Developing security strategies for enterprises is a challenging task and it involves safeguarding entire ecosystems of computers, networks, applications, and even right down to the end users. Even minor security risks in the systems if left unchecked can quickly evolve into security threats; no business is exempt from this.
Security solutions should support multiple platforms, operating systems, and applications and also help in securing external parts of a network including all end point devices like laptops, mobiles, and tablets. Moreover, security solutions should provide a unified view of all the aspects of a particular enterprise ecosystem to monitor, prevent, and detect anomalies in security. They should offer a myriad of solution packages ranging from identity and access management, risk and compliance management, data encryption, data loss prevention, firewall, antivirus solutions, disaster recovery and web filtering. These are just some of the solutions offered as services. Usually businesses opt for a unified threat management solution that comprises most of all the above-mentioned services. Businesses also invest in services that offer some form of intrusion detection system and software services that can mitigate distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.
In this issue of Enterprise Security Mag, we take a closer look at the startups working on refreshing cyber security from a novel perspective, chosen by a distinguished panel of CEOs, CIOs, VCs, and analysts, along with Enterprise Security Mag’s Editorial Board.
We present to you “Top 10 Enterprise Security Startups - 2020.”