a few good cybersecurity companies

A lot of has shifted in the attack surface, attacker behavior, and corporate and personal operational and IT processes over the past 6 months. This trend is likely to continue as the world oscillates between crisis-mode, recovery-mode, and attempted normalcy.

I spend a lot of time looking at cybersecurity solutions and companies, partly on request, and partly because it always fascinates me to see people are attempting to solve big problems. This post is unpaid, unsolicited, and spruiks of organizations that I think are nailing problem-spaces relevant to almost ALL organizations in 2020.

In general, there are a few things I look for in a good cybersecurity solution:

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So, there you go - Casey’s unsolicited hot takes on stuff you should go try out.

Check them out, try their free stuff, consider it for yourself and your organization… and: Tweet me if you’ve got solutions you think are kicking ass in these same sorts of ways - I’d love to learn more!

Casey John Ellis

Casey John Ellis

founder bugcrowd and disclose.io, keynote speaker, security strategist

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