Deep Instinct launched out of stealth mode just less than a year ago, and looking back, the time has been very eventful for the new company.
Not a single day goes by without hearing about some type of cyber-attack, breach or hack. This past year has proven that the security industry is one of the hottest areas for emerging companies, but setting yourself apart from the other players in the crowded enterprise security market can be a challenge.
Within the first eight weeks of launching, Deep Instinct made headlines among top tech and security publications such as MIT Technology Review, Wired, Venture Beat, CSO and Information Week for its unique proactive vs reactive approach to detect, protect and prevent attacks in real-time.
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In addition to recognition from Forbes, Dark Reading, Information Week and others, Deep Instinct has continued to stand out in other industry publications. These include:
- Named one of Dark Reading’s 25 Emerging Security Vendors to Watch
- Named one of Information Week’s 125 Vendors Taking the Technology Industry by Storm
- Mentioned in Gartner’s Hype Cycle for Application Security 2016 Report
- Recognized in Gartner’s Market Guide for Mobile Threat Defense Solutions
In the words of Maya Schirmann, CMO of Deep Instinct, “we’ve combined world-class cybersecurity expertise and a leading deep learning research group to create a completely new way to directly counter cyberattacks, and we have seen extraordinary results. We empower organizations with a predictive deep learning model that enables them to avoid becoming the next negative headline.”
Less than a year in, it has been action-packed for Deep Instinct. As they approach the one-year mark, Deep Instinct continues to meet new milestones and focus on raising awareness about the growing cyber risks in the market and to constantly rethink and renew solutions to blaze the trail for modern enterprises in the ever-changing security environment.