GuardiCore, a leader in data center and cloud security, today announced that it was named to the first ever CNBC Upstart 25 List. Emerging from Israel's cybersecurity sector, GuardiCore provides its customers with more accurate and effective ways to stop advanced threats through granular visibility of network and application flows, coupled with real-time breach detection and response. CNBC Upstart 25 spotlights a diverse list of promising young startups that are building brands, breaking industry barriers, and scaling quickly on the path to becoming tomorrow's household names.
The CNBC Upstart 25 List, in the search for a new class of start-ups, scored companies across a broad range of criteria, including scalability, user growth, sales growth and more. GuardiCore ranked tenth on the Upstart 25 List from a pool of more than 500 start-ups who responded to CNBC's call for submissions.
GuardiCore's flagship product, the GuardiCore Centra Security Platform, is the only solution that provides a single, scalable platform that quickly identifies, investigates and thwarts confirmed attacks with pinpoint accuracy. GuardiCore uses multiple methods for breach detection, including dynamic, distributed deception, analysis of policy-based traffic flows, and reputation analysis of domain names, IP address and file hashes to detect breaches inside the data center faster and more accurately, reducing false positives and minimizing an attacker's dwell time.
"The recognition from CNBC elevates our company's visibility and adds to the momentum we are experiencing as a company uniquely poised to address the complex and demanding challenges of data center security in an age where digital business demands performance, availability and protection from data breaches before they can cause harm and loss," said Pavel Gurvich, CEO and co-founder of GuardiCore. "We are grateful to CNBC for recognizing the company and our steadfast commitment to deliver more accurate and effective ways to stop and respond to advanced threats in the data center."