Tech startups are making security moves sooner. They don't have much of a choice.
Smaller firms are incorporating cybersecurity into their culture sooner than ever, in part because potential partners are fearful of hackers getting into their networks.
EULA out, equity in: Why startups are now a part of larger companies' security budgets
Large companies are starting to invest in cybersecurity startups instead of buying their services through the usual licensing agreements.
Claroty raises $60 million to protect industrial networks from 'perfect storm' of cyberthreats
Claroty looks to protect operational technology networks from cyberthreats as industrial control systems become increasingly connected and targeted.
Tanium gets $5 billion valuation after $175 million investment
The new funding reinforces Tanium’s position as the most well-funded cybersecurity startup.
Isolating browsers from the web's 'cesspool': Why Symantec bought FireGlass
Security giant Symantec has bought Israeli start-up FireGlass for an undisclosed sum, saying the browser isolation technology the small company has developed is the future of internet security and will soon become ubiquitous.
Where former spies go to become cybersecurity startup founders
DataTribe has been incubating companies staffed by former intel community members, planting the seeds for an East Coast startup community dedicated to cybersecurity.