On this page we list commercial organisations and companies offering Cybersecurity products and services.
Company List (Alphabetical)
Please note that this list is by no means a comprehensive one.
Companies to Watch
- root9B – root9B, a root9B Technologies Company (OTCQB: RTNB), is a cybersecurity consulting and operational support firm with corporate headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colo., and regional offices in San Antonio, Texas, New York City, N.Y., and Charlotte, N.C., plus local cyber staff in other U.S. and international regions.
- RSA – RSA, founded in 1982 and now a division of EMC Corp., is an information security pioneer and one of the longest standing companies in our industry. More than 30,000 customers use RSA products for security operations, governance, risk and compliance (GRC), identity and access management (IAM), fraud prevention, and cybersecurity framework. One of the biggest and most loyal partner networks resells and implements RSA security solutions globally.
- IBM Security is the Fastest Growing Business – IBM Security generated $2 billion in revenues for 2015, up 12 percent over the previous year. Big Blue’s security unit was organized four years ago and provides the most comprehensive portfolio of services and products covering security operations and intelligence, cloud, mobile, IAM, network, endpoint, mainframe, application, and data security, and fraud protection.
- Dell SecureWorks Leads the MSSP Market – SecureWorks, founded in 1999 and acquired by Dell in 2011, was an early mover who helped define the managed security services market. Today the company provides its services to more than 4,100 clients in 61 countries. With a single minded focus on outsourced cloud and managed security services, SecureWorks is on track to continue trailblazing in the 24x7x365 cloud security space.
- Palo Alto Networks is the Most Innovative NGFW Player – Palo Alto Networks has built up a business that is approaching $1 billion in annual revenues – on the strength of its NGFW and related products and services. The fast growing company has more than 28,000 customers in over 160 countries who rely on Palo Alto firewalls and network security solutions to protect against cyber threats.
- Cisco is the Top Network Security Company – Cisco provides the widest and deepest suite of network security solutions with its access control and policy, advanced malware, email security, NGFW, intrusion prevention, router and switch security, security management, VPN security, and web security products.
- Fortinet Leads the Way in Security Appliances – Fortinet is a billion dollar plus worldwide provider of turnkey security appliances for cloud providers and MSSPs, mobile carriers, small businesses, large corporations, and government entities globally. Fortinet’s physical and virtual appliance products provide a broad array of security and networking functions, including firewall, VPN, antivirus, intrusion prevention, Web filtering, anti-spam, and WAN acceleration.
- BT Security Paves New Ground in Situational AwarenessThe No. 8 spot is for the top situational awareness innovator. BT Security, a division of British Telecommunications Plc (BT), a subsidiary of BT Group, broke new ground in the situational awareness market in 2015 with the launch of its BT Assure Cyber service. The platform combines cutting edge risk analysis and cyber threat detection and prevention tools with BT’s security experts, its partners who add their own services, and a managed services model for corporations and government agencies globally.
- FireEye provides a full suite of emergency and assessment services which have been designed around detecting and protecting against data breaches, and responding to them. FireEye’s Mandiant consulting unit also helps corporations build their own computer incident response team (CIRT) or security operations center (SOC) to better manage their security process and resolve future cyber threats.
- Herjavec Group is the Leading International IT Security Consulting Firm
- The No. 10 position is the leading IT security consulting and services firm growing across international regions. – Herjavec Group, headquartered in Toronto, Canada, started up in 2003 as an information security consulting firm providing its services and selling products to Canadian corporations. The firm went on to open multiple offices in the U.S. and became a well respected player in the North American market. After that, Herjavec Group expanded into Europe, and most recently Australia. The firm operates its own 7x24x365 security operations centers (SOCs) in the markets they serve. Herjavec Group has acquired and rolled up several small IT security consultancies and MSSPs, an excellent growth strategy in a industry where talent is so difficult to come by.