The State of DNS SecurityTrevagh Stankard
In this blog, we explore the current cyber security landscape, and the role DNS security has to play.
Posted by Geraldine Hunt on Tue, Mar 3rd, 2015
Irish security firms were noticeably lacking from the latest Cybersecurity 500, a recently set up global listing of the “hottest” firms in the cybersecurity sector. So far, only two companies come from Ireland; email and web security vendor TitanHQ headquartered in Galway and VigiTrust in Dublin.
Launched last October by a Californian Research company. The firm behind the Cybersecurity 500 explains that the intention was to create a list of firms worth watching rather than simply reflecting size and revenue. The list is based on the recommendations of a range of experts including CISOs, VCs, security professionals encountered at global security events and during research. The company explain that none of the companies listed paid anything simply to be included.
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