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Kyle Alspach

Numerous early stage companies—including in fast-growing areas such as code security and cloud security—unveiled new products or had other major announcements at Black Hat USA this week.

Cybersecurity Startups To Watch

Even as venture capital funding remains harder to come by in 2023, the early stage side of the cybersecurity industry is showing few signs of slowing down. One indicator that the innovation from new companies in the space remains vigorous: the numerous cybersecurity startups that showcased new offerings this week at the Black Hat 2023 conference in Las Vegas. The “Startup City” section of the show floor at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center was packed with dozens of early stage security companies, including in fast-growing categories such as cloud security, application security and IoT security.

[Related: 20 Hottest New Cybersecurity Tools At Black Hat 2023]

Black Hat USA 2023 also featured an emphasis on early stage innovation with its “startup spotlight,” a competition that selected four cybersecurity startups—Binarly, Endor Labs, Gomboc and Mobb—as finalists. Numerous other security startups had big announcements amid the conference, including several that launched new products, disclosed funding or emerged from stealth during Black Hat 2023.

CRN was on hand for Black Hat USA 2023 this week, and these 10 cybersecurity startups—all of which were founded since 2020—caught our attention with notable announcements.

What follows are the details on 10 cybersecurity startups to watch from Black Hat 2023.


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Kyle Alspach

Kyle Alspach is a Senior Editor at CRN focused on cybersecurity. His coverage spans news, analysis and deep dives on the cybersecurity industry, with a focus on fast-growing segments such as cloud security, application security and identity security.  He can be reached at [email protected].


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