Tech Top 50:
Top 50 Digital Trust & Cybersecurity Companies

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We are kicking off a new monthly series of articles that we're calling: "The Tech Top 50." The purpose of this series is to highlight an area of innovative technology to investigate technology trends and generate a list of the top companies within that field. Each company on the list is found by our research team using our platform, and on that list, we provide an overview of the company and the technology they employ, plus additional information on that said company.

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This month, we are diving into digital trust and cybersecurity companies. During the pandemic, there was an increase in cybercrime, most notably with increases in phishing and ransomware. However, this trend has carried on in 2022, as there has been a 51% rise in phishing emails and a 35% rise in ransomware attacks.

With increases like these, companies are looking for solutions to this cyber arms race, and the reason why the digital trust and cybersecurity industry is seeing major growth. With that said, here is our list of the top companies in cybersecurity and digital trust.  

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The top digital trust and cybersecurity companies

 

xtendr

 

Xtendr


Budapest, Hungary  | See company profile

 

Xtendr develops customized trustless data-sharing solutions that enable data partnerships with zero risk of exposing sensitive data. The company targets clients working in financial services, telecommunications, energy and utilities, healthcare, government, and automotive. Its cryptographic solution—called Xtendr ZeroKnowledge Graph Analytics®—allows clients with independent mistrustful data to jointly compute a function that relies on their private inputs. It enables clients to unlock the full potential of data, emphasizing privacy and IP protection and data privacy regulations compliance. The company was founded in 2019 in Budapest, Hungary, employing seven people.

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WISeKey


Geneva, Switzerland  | See company profile

WISeKey provides specialized cybersecurity technologies for data protection and effective identification and authentication of people and objects. By using blockchain, AI, and IoT, its solutions ensure secure communications and e-transaction without compromising trust. The company enables public and private organizations to identify individuals and assets and engage in safe, secure, confidential electronic communications and transactions. As such, it targets clients across automotive, government, financial, health, and industry 4.0. In addition to its headquarters in Geneva, WISeKey also has offices in Sofia, Bulgaria, Derio, Spain, and Goiania, Brazil, employing over 110 people.

xage

 

Xage Security


Palo Alto, USA  | See company profile

Xage Security has developed a blockchain-protected IIoT security infrastructure named Xage Security Fabric. The solution creates a tamper-proof “fabric” for communication, authentication, and digital trust, ensuring security at scale for industrial networks. Xage Security operates on a B2B model, targeting clients in various industries, including energy, logistics, transportation, manufacturing, utilities, and smart cities. Their blockchain-based software solution finds applications in identity management, zero-trust remote access, data security, and device lifecycle management. Xage Security employs approximately 50 staff members and is based in Palo Alto, CA.

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STRM Privacy


Rotterdam, The Netherlands  | See company profile

STRM Privacy develops a data-processing platform that offers a privacy-by-design approach to help organizations working with customer data collect and use it safely while also ensuring compliance with privacy regulations. The digital trust company operates on a B2B model, offering its data platform on a SaaS basis. Client-wise, it targets companies that must adhere to strict data privacy measures, such as healthcare and mobility. The platform can also find applications in eCommerce, media, and digital apps where data is necessary for innovation, personalization, and competitiveness. STRM Privacy employs eight members at its Rotterdam headquarters.

lookout

 

Lookout


San Francisco, USA  | See company profile

Lookout offers a cybersecurity platform combining endpoint and cloud security technologies to protect individuals and enterprises from threats and attacks. The cybersecurity company has an integrated platform that provides security solutions that protect SaaS applications and internet access, securing private applications and modern endpoints. Since its establishment in 2007, Lookout has managed to attract notable clients such as AT&T, Verizon, Vodafone, Microsoft, Google, and Apple. Lookout employs over 800 staff members and is headquartered in San Francisco with additional offices in Amsterdam, Boston, Washington DC, London, Sydney, Tokyo, and Toronto.

Druva

 

Druva


Sunnyvale, USA  | See company profile

Druva offers a SaaS-based platform for cyber, data, and operational resilience. The platform, dubbed Data Resiliency Cloud, allows organizations to manage and navigate data to accelerate cloud adoption, providing data visibility, simplifying data protection processes, and streamlining data governance. It is a single, unified console that enables the management of data resiliency services across physical and virtual on-premises workloads, cloud-native and SaaS applications, and critical IT endpoints. Druva is headquartered in Sunnyvale, CA, employing over 1,000 people.

Cybereason

 

Cybereason


Boston, USA  | See company profile

Cybereason provides end-to-end cybersecurity services for small, medium, and large enterprises based on its Cybereason XDR platform. The solution utilizes AI to expose and intercept every malicious operation (MalOp), enabling customers to recognize, expose, and end the threats before they occur. The platform consists of several modules, including endpoint protection, extended attack surface protection, security operations optimization, and posture and incident management. Cybereason’s team of over 1,300 employees operates from its headquarters in Boston, MA, and its offices in Tel Aviv, Israel.

BigID

 

BigID


New York City, USA  | See company profile

BigID offers a data intelligence platform covering multiple aspects of data, including privacy, protection, discovery, digital trust, and management. As such, the solution enables customers to securely utilize their regulated, sensitive, and personal data. BigID targets organizations in various industries, ranging from financial services and healthcare to retail and security. The company’s team consists of approximately 500 employees, operating from its headquarters in New York and offices in Tel Aviv, London, and Singapore.

Cohesity

 

Cohesity


San Jose, USA  | See company profile

Cohesity, based in San Jose, CA, offers enterprise data management solutions. Its product portfolio includes a data management platform that can be deployed as self-managed software and SaaS. Additionally, the company provides various Data-Management-as-a-Service solutions such as Backup-as-a-Service and Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service. Cohesity targets customers in finance, the public sector, healthcare, and service providers. Since its beginnings in 2013, the company has grown to over 1,900 employees, partnering with leading cloud providers, including Google, AWS, Microsoft, and notable data center organizations such as Cisco, HPE, and Pure Storage.

Virtru

 

Virtru


Washington D.C., USA  | See company profile

Virtru enables data to be securely managed and controlled across all storage and sharing platforms. Its software encompasses encryption solutions that protect data throughout its entire lifecycle. Besides providing solutions for granular-level data protection for Google Workspace, Gmail, Google Drive, Google Cloud, and Outlook, Virtru offers its Secure Share solution for managing access settings via expiration dates or watermarks, preventing download for “read-only,” and revoking access at any time. Moreover, the company offers encryption solutions for custom or enterprise SaaS applications through its Data Protection Gateway. Virtru is headquartered in Washington DC, employing over 170 staff members.

Enveil

 

Enveil


Fulton, USA  | See company profile

Enveil is a data privacy firm founded in 2016 by experienced specialists in mathematics, algorithmic, and machine learning who have been a part of the US Intelligence Community. Its products are oriented around data security management and privacy-enhancing technologies (PETs), utilizing homomorphic encryption that addresses data use challenges. Enveil’s solutions, based on its ZeroReveal® Compute Fabric, a two-party, proxy layer software system, enable data to be protected throughout its lifecycle at scale. Organizations utilizing Enveil’s solutions can securely get insights, cross-match, search, and analyze data assets. Enveil is based in Fulton, Maryland, the US, employing a team of 45 members.

OneTrust

 

OneTrust


Atlanta, USA  | See company profile

OneTrust provides web-based data security management and marketing compliance solutions based on its DataGuidance™ regulatory research and the OneTrust Athena™ AI and Robotic Automation Engine. The OneTrust platform, backed by 200 patents, provides organizations with capabilities for privacy management, data governance, consent and preferences, third-party risks, GRC, carbon accounting, and ESG program management. The digital trust company has over 12,000 customers, including 75% of the Fortune 100 companies. OneTrust is co-headquartered in Atlanta and London with additional offices in Bangalore, Melbourne, Denver, Seattle, San Francisco, New York, São Paulo, Munich, Paris, Hong Kong, and Bangkok.

MedStack

 

MedStack


Toronto, Canada  | See company profile

MedStack has developed a DevOps platform that reduces healthcare app developers’ time and resources to build, deploy, maintain, and audit digital health applications. Namely, the tools provided by MedStack ensure that digital health companies make cloud healthcare solutions that are automatically provisioned with healthcare cloud security controls that ensure that the solutions secure the privacy of protected health information (PHI) under HIPAA. MedStack operates from Toronto, Canada, with a team of 29 employees.

Gretel

 

Gretel


San Diego, USA  | See company profile

Gretel offers a privacy engineering toolkit that enables developers to safely build and experiment with customer data. The toolkit includes Synthetics APIs, Transform APIs, and Classify APIs. The Synthetics tool offers a differential privacy option that ensures that sensitive or PII data fields remain private. It also delivers capabilities for generating safe data to balance or de-bias datasets for ML/AI model testing. The Transform API is an AI-powered tool that anonymizes data to protect privacy, and the Classify API allows for automatic and continuous detection and labeling of data. Gretel is headquartered in San Diego and has a team of 41 employees.

Mostly AI

 

Mostly AI


Vienna, Austria  | See company profile

Mostly AI focuses on creating synthetic data for software testing and AI model development. Its Synthetic Data Engine automatically learns patterns, structures, and variations from existing data and allows organizations to simulate realistic and representative synthetic data at scale. The engine’s built-in privacy mechanisms prevent the re-identification of any individual, providing fully autonomous data that can be processed for various applications, including cross-border and enterprise data sharing, AI/ML development, testing and product development, and bias fixing and explainability for AI/ML. Mostly AI is headquartered in Vienna, Austria, employing 43 staff members.

Bitnobi

 

Bitnobi


Toronto, Canada  | See company profile

Bitnobi Inc is a Toronto-based company dedicated to data privacy. The company was founded in 2016 by experts in big data, cloud computing, and cybersecurity to address the challenges that arise from sharing Big Data across different infrastructures and users. Its solution is a patent-pending platform that delivers secure and privacy-protected access to Big Data and can be utilized for internal, external, and decentralized data sharing. Bitnobi primarily targets clients in the government, healthcare, and finance sectors. As of 2022, the company operates with a team of 7 employees.

Very Good Security

 

Very Good Security


San Francisco, USA  | See company profile

Very Good Security is a fintech and data security company offering a SaaS platform that enables customers to collect, protect, and exchange sensitive data regarding payments and transactions. The platform—based on the VGS Zero Data™ approach for handling sensitive data— allows customers to achieve PCI-DSS compliance and optimize payments. The company’s customer portfolio has grown to thousands of companies—from startups to the Fortune 500 companies. Very Good Security was founded in 2015 by two engineers experienced in payments security and employs a team of around 220 people.

evervault

 

Evervault


Dublin, Ireland  | See company profile

Evervault is an Irish enterprise that provides encryption infrastructure for securely collecting, processing, and sharing sensitive data. With its solutions, the company answers to challenges regarding compliance, PII (personally identifiable information), and company-level secret sharing. The solutions enable developers to prioritize security without disrupting their existing workflows. Evervault is a cybersecurity company that provides the tools for developers to create encrypted apps in which data always stays encrypted and can be processed and shared as such. Notably, it never holds on to the data, and developers never configure crypto algorithms or manage keys.

Transcend

 

Transcend


San Francisco, USA  | See company profile

Transcend is a digital trust company that develops a data privacy infrastructure that simplifies the process of giving users control over their data. Its solutions automatically fulfill data subject requests inside its client’s data systems, compiling all user information from a company’s databases, SaaS tools, and applications in one system. As such, the tool frees up resources and improves regulatory compliance. Transcend also minimizes technical complexity and makes user consent based on open and honest communication. This allows client companies to build successful relationships with their users through compliant data transparency, consent, and control. Transcend is based in San Francisco, CA, and employs over 50 people.

Concentric AI

 

Concentric AI


San Jose, USA  | See company profile

Concentric AI is a cybersecurity company that has developed a semantic intelligence solution that delivers data risk assessment, monitoring, and protection for corporate data, applied to both on-premises and in-cloud environments. The deep learning technology that the solution is based on examines every document’s content and context, enabling efficient security. In addition, it scans the documents, identifies business-critical data, evaluates the risk of every document, and highlights critical challenges that need immediate action. Concentric AI was founded in 2018 in San Jose, CA, and it employs approximately 25 people.

DataGuard

 

DataGuard


Munich, Germany  | See company profile

DataGuard provides Privacy-as-a-Service solutions to help customers remain compliant with privacy regulations, including GDPR and ISO 27001. With a proprietary software platform as its flagship offering, the company audits customers’ data flows, processes document data breaches, and conducts third-party audits and data subject requests. The DataGuard team comprised approximately 170 employees, working from the headquarters in Munich, Germany, and its offices in Berlin and London. The company is B2B and B2G oriented, having accommodated over 2000 customers to date, including SMEs and multinational businesses across a vast range of industries, namely healthcare, finance, etc.

TrueVault

 

TrueVault


San Francisco, USA  | See company profile

TrueVault is a data privacy and cybersecurity company focusing on protecting and securely storing personally identifiable information (PII) and protected health information (PHI) in the cloud. The software helps healthcare organizations develop cloud applications that incorporate all the necessary safeguards to ensure PII and PHI are protected to the highest HIPAA-demanded standards. Its flagship product, TrueVault Polaris, simplifies the compliance process via guided workflows and process automation, granting businesses of all sizes a comprehensive suite of HIPAA-aligned privacy tools. TrueValut was established in 2013 by Jason Wang and Trey Swan and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

DataFleets

 

DataFleets


San Francisco, USA  | See company profile

DataFleets provides a privacy mechanism that allows users to configure and control access and usage of data, enabling analysis of data sets without requiring access to row-level data. The product allows for databases to be securely connected across infrastructures, cloud platforms, and different locations while allowing enterprises to maintain high data protection standards for compliance. DataFleets caters to data scientists and developers, allowing them to create analytics, ML models, and applications on highly sensitive data sets. The cybersecurity company was acquired in 2021 by LiveRamp, an enterprise data connectivity platform.

Acronis

 

Acronis


Schaffhausen, Switzerland  | See company profile

Acronis is a Swiss cybersecurity company that addresses safety, accessibility, privacy, authenticity, and security (SAPAS) challenges. Its product portfolio includes antivirus, backup, disaster recovery, endpoint protection management, AI-based antimalware, and blockchain-based data authentication. Clients can use these tools to protect data, applications, and systems in any environment, whether it’s on-premise or in-cloud. Initially founded in Singapore in 2003, Acronis products have been provided in over 150 countries and 40 languages available through 50,000 global partners and service providers. The company employs almost 2,000 people internationally.

 

Arcserve

 

Arcserve


Minneapolis, USA  | See company profile

Arcserve provides data protection and recovery software, allowing clients to recover their data and applications whenever needed. The solution can be launched in virtual and physical environments, on-premise or the cloud, with nonstop support services provided by Arcserve. As of 2022, the company has built a customer base of 45,000 end-users in more than 150 countries, partnering with over 7,500 international distributors, resellers, and service providers. This digital trust company is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, and employs around 600 people across its offices worldwide.

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Clumio

 

Clumio


Santa Clara, USA  | See company profile

Clumio’s secure air-gapped SaaS solution seeks to make cloud backup and AWS data protection easier. The product, dubbed Clumio Protect, is a backup-as-a-service offering that allows customers to avoid ransomware attacks, automate compliance-based data retention, and cut RTO from hours to minutes via one-click rapid recovery. This cybersecurity company also offers Clumio Discover, a backup optimization engine with enhanced AWS reporting that provides clients with global real-time visibility and actionable insights into their data protection plans. Clumio was founded in 2017 and is based in Santa Clara, CA, employing a staff of 147 members.

HYCU

 

HYCU


Boston, USA  | See company profile

HYCU provides SaaS-based data backup solutions for on-premise and cloud-native environments, coherently offering data protection, migration, and disaster recovery. Its services are used by more than 3000 clients worldwide, including medium and large enterprises that seek all-encompassing resiliency, digital management mobility, and disaster recovery. Based in Boston, Massachusetts, HYCU was founded in 2018 and currently employs a team of more than 300 members. In 2021, the company endured triple-digit growth for its multi-cloud data protection solutions and, to date, has secured over $87.5 million in funding.

Infrascale

 

Infrascale


Reston, USA  | See company profile

Infrascale is a Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) provider that uses cloud computing to make disaster recovery easier, cheaper, and faster. To that end, the company offers complete, cloud-based data protection management through a suite of backup and disaster recovery solutions. Infrascale aims to empower businesses to deal with unexpected disasters while also providing increased security and always-on availability without the need for costly hardware and backup infrastructure. The company, which employs 205 people, was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Reston, VA. Infrascale has formed over 1,000 partnerships and protected over 65,000 businesses since its inception.

Nightfall.ai

 

Nightfall AI


San Francisco, USA  | See company profile

Nightfall is a cybersecurity company that developed a cloud-native DLP platform that leverages machine learning technologies with the goal of bringing efficiency and efficacy to data protection. The platform provides management and protection of business-critical data, such as customer PII, across all of the client company's SaaS, APIs, and data infrastructure. The company was founded in 2018 in San Francisco, CA, where it also has its headquarters and employs around 80 people. To date, the company has raised approximately $20 million.

Privitar

 

Privitar


London, The United Kingdom  | See company profile

Privitar is a digital trust company that built a data privacy platform that protects customers’ sensitive personal data. The company's privacy engineering technology enables its customers to innovate and leverage data by allowing them to analyze sensitive data while having in mind the customers’ privacy and confidentiality. Additionally, it helps client companies stay in compliance with data regulations, including GDPR, CPRA, and HIPAA. Privitar was founded in 2018 and operates from its headquarters in London, with a global client base across North America, Europe, and Asia. The company employs around 150 people and has raised $150 million in capital to date.

Sourcepoint

 

Sourcepoint


New York City, USA  | See company profile

Sourcepoint developed data privacy tools that cater to digital marketing companies. With these tools, target groups such as publishers and brands can legally collect and activate consumer data on owned channels, with the possibility to leverage it across paid media channels. The company was founded in 2015 in New York and since then, has expanded its operations in Berlin, London, and Paris. To date, it has raised circa $43 million and additionally has acquired two other enterprises: The StoneHill Group and RedBud.

Duality Technologies

 

Duality Technologies


Newark, USA  | See company profile

Duality Technologies developed a privacy-preserving data collaboration technology. The technology is based on advanced analytics and artificial intelligence that allows the targeted client companies to collaborate securely, share encrypted data, and generate insights without ever exposing the raw data. Duality was founded in 2016 in Newark (NJ) and operates with a team of around 50 people. The World Economic Forum (WEF) named Duality a Tech Pioneer 2021.

Mine

 

Mine


Tel Aviv, Isreal  | See company profile

Mine is an Israeli cybersecurity company that developed an AI-based smart data assistant for discovering and controlling personal data online. Accessed via an app, individuals can deploy the assistant to track all of their personal data held online by companies, such as financial, identity, and health data. On the other hand, companies can use the platform to streamline and automate their privacy management and compliance. Founded in 2019, the company is headquartered in Tel Aviv and employs approximately 30 people. To date, Mine has raised around $12.5 million.

DataGrail

 

DataGrail


San Francisco, USA  | See company profile

DataGrail developed a privacy platform that enables companies to build customer digital trust and transparency. The DataGrail Integrations Network automates and scales privacy protection efforts, helping with compliance with regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, and CPRA. The platform comes with more than 900 pre-built connections with commonly-used apps and infrastructure. DataGrail is based in San Francisco (CA), where it was founded in 2018. The company has managed to attract almost $40 million in capital to date, serving millions of end-users.

Segment

 

Segment


San Francisco, USA  | See company profile

Segment has developed a customer data platform (CDP) that helps companies collect and utilize first-party customer data. The Segment platform is integrated with a wide range of common software tools and is GDPR compliant. The company was founded in 2011 by three fellow MIT students, Peter Reinhardt, Calvin French-Owen, and Ilya Volodarsky. Initially headquartered in San Francisco, CA, Segment currently holds multiple locations across the US, UK, and Australia. To date, the company has worked with large brands such as IBM and Glossier; it employs upwards of 600 people. In October 2020, Segment was acquired by cloud communications provider Twilio.

BitSight

 

BitSight


Boston, USA  | See company profile

BitSight is a cybersecurity company and rating platform that analyzes companies, government institutions, and educational agencies. The platform delivers trusted data and insights that enable risk-based decision-making suitable for banks, insurance companies, investors, enterprises, and governments. The platform calculates security ratings to evaluate an organization’s security performance and measures cyber risk. BitSight was established in 2011 by Nagarjuna Venna and Stephen Boyer, operating from its headquarters in Boston (MA), with additional offices in Raleigh (NC, United Stated) and Lisbon (Portugal). The company employs over 600 people.

Securiti.ai

 

Securiti


Coyote, USA  | See company profile

Securiti provides AI-powered security, privacy, governance, and compliance solutions for SaaS, multi-cloud, and self-managed data systems and applications. Its flagship product encompasses a PrivacyOps platform that simplifies privacy compliance by harnessing robotic automation and a natural language interface to enable clients to comply with global privacy regulations. Securiti was founded in 2018, operating from its headquarters in Coyote (CA). With customers in financial, healthcare, insurance, energy, and telecommunications, the cybersecurity company has established a presence across the EMEA region, with a team comprised of over 350 members.

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Fair&Smart


Metz, France  | See company profile

Fair&Smart is a digital trust company that offers turnkey solutions that allow organizations to build more transparent relationships with their clients by optimizing B2C processes and protecting client privacy through GDPR-compliant tools. Suitable for both the public and private sectors, Fair&Smart has worked with clients such as Groupe VYV, LuxTrust, Klesia, and others. The company was founded in 2016 by current CEO Xavier Lefevre, with headquarters in Metz, France. It employs a team of nine people.

Data Sentinel

 

Data Sentinel


Concord, Canada  | See company profile

Data Sentinel developed a data trust and compliance platform to enable continuous management of compliance, governance, and quality in real-time. The company harnesses deep learning technology to showcase the nature of an organization’s data across all sources and systems. It provides functionalities for monitoring, measuring, and data remediation to ensure compliance with company policies and evolving data management privacy regulations. Founded in 2019 by Mark Rowan and Kevin Downey, Data Sentinel operates from its headquarters in Concord (ON, Canada) and an additional division in Austin (TX, United States), employing a team of 23 members.

Dataswift

 

Dataswift


Cambridge, The United Kingdom  | See company profile

Dataswift is a Cambridge–based developer of HAT (Hib-of-All-Things), a suite of personal databases that allow users to store and manage sensitive data. The platform enables users to interact with companies’ websites and apps via a “personal data account” that stores sensitive information that would otherwise be saved on the company’s servers. Dataswift was founded in 2015 and is currently presided by the CEO, Irene Ng, Professor at the University of Warwick, Turing Fellow, and Senior Member of Wolfson College Cambridge. The Dataswift team comprises 20 members, operating from the premises in Cambridge.

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Privacy Tools


Porto Alegre, Brazil  | See company profile

Privacy Tools has developed an AI and blockchain-powered data security management and privacy compliance platform intended to help enterprises follow data protection standards. The platform features tools and modules serving as guidelines for alignment with data protection regulations, including LGPD and GDPR, aiming to transform the way entities collect, manage, and protect the personal data of their customers, employees, and other stakeholders. Established in 2019, Privacy Tools is operated under the leadership of CEO Aline Deparis. The company employs a team of 44 members, working from the headquarters in Porto Alegre, Brazil.

eXate

 

eXate


London, The United Kingdom  | See company profile

eXate has created a metadata management and data policy platform featuring an aggregator of privacy-enhancing techniques intended to protect data in motion (APIs and streaming) and data at rest. The data security management platform provides digitization of data policy, allowing it to be centrally queried and maintained while conducting cross-border data transfers, internal policy, and control of information. eXate was founded in 2015 by Peter Lancos and Sonal Rattan with the aim to enable businesses seamlessly share data, both internally and externally. The company operates from its offices in London, employing a team of 35 members.

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Privacy Nexus


Hague, The Netherlands  | See company profile

Privacy Nexus is a data security management SaaS platform developed by Privacy Company. The platform allows users to create a clean record of data processing activities, conduct DPIAs, record data breaches, and comply with data privacy regulations, including GDPR. Moreover, the offering features functionalities for recording ROPA, data subject requests, self-assessments, and conducing vendor management. Privacy Nexus was established in 2015, and it’s currently operating from the headquarters in The Hague (NL), with an additional office in Berlin (DE).

Privacy Bee

 

Privacy Bee


Atlanta, USA  | See company profile

Privacy Bee has developed a proactive data and privacy protection solution. It serves to remove users’ data from data brokers, people search sites, and mass marketers in order to protect them from scams and identity theft. The company was founded in 2020 in Atlanta, USA, where it's also headquartered and led by Harry Maugans. The company currently employs a team of almost 40 people and is solely focused on the US market, with plans to expand into Europe.

SecuPi

 

SecuPi


New York City, USA  | See company profile

SecuPi offers a data protection platform that helps organizations ensure their data is accessible only on a need-to-know basis and protect them from security breaches, whether from negligence or malicious intent. The SecuPi solution is GDPR compliant, with real-time monitoring and behavior analytics features. The cybersecurity company is headquartered in New York, NY, and was founded in 2014 by Alon Rosenthal, Dotan Adler, and Amir Fligler. As of 2022, the company employs a team of 41 people.

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PrivacyAnt


Helsinki, Finland  | See company profile

PrivacyAnt is a Finnish data privacy company that has developed an intelligent privacy engineering and data security management platform. The platform is offered on a SaaS model, and its features include data-flow mapping and automation, asset and personal data inventories, and compliance and risk assessment automation. The key benefits of the product are increased compliance, reduced risk, and a comprehensive view of third-party data vendors and IT architecture. Founded in 2014, the company is currently headquartered in Helsinki (FI) with a team of around ten people.

Smart Global Governance

 

Smart Global Governance


Valbonne, France  | See company profile

Smart Global Governance provides an Integrated Risk Management platform that offers risk management features for strategy, business operations, and the utilization of technology assets. It incorporates a range of complementary modules and a cross-functional integration of various risk categories that suit different use cases. It encompasses structured and unstructured data automation as well as process automation and covers segments such as ESG, legal, cybersecurity, data and privacy, ethics, health and safety, and audit and control. The company was founded in 2019, and it operates from Valbonne (FR) with a team of more than 50 members.

Privacy1 AB

 

Privacy1


Stockholm, Sweden  | See company profile

Privacy1 is a Swedish cybersecurity company offering solutions for data privacy and protection based on the principles of privacy by design and privacy by default. Its solutions include Zero Trust data protection, privacy navigator, RoPA and DPIA, cookie management, policy and notice management, and privacy management. Additionally, the company offers services such as legal consulting and privacy training. Privacy1 was founded in 2018 and is based in Stockholm with a team of eight employees.

DataSunrise

 

DataSunrise


Seattle, USA  | See company profile

DataSunrise is a US cybersecurity company specializing in data and database security. Its software is equipped with real-time traffic and event monitoring, data masking, sensitive data discovery and risks, and deep SQL query analysis. It secures sensitive data in various environments such as in-clouds, on-premises, or in-hybrid environments. DataSunrise was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Seattle (WA). It operates with a team of more than 100 members.

Data Bench

 

DataBench


Brisbane City, Australia  | See company profile

DataBench is an Australian data privacy software provider and advisory. Its automated data privacy platform centralizes data privacy and governance in a single dashboard and enables organizations to automate privacy-related tasks to ensure compliance obligations have been met. DataBench is compliant with the Australian Consumer Data Right (CDR). The company was founded in 2019, and it operates with a team of 3 members from its headquarters in Brisbane City, Queensland.

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The future looks bright for digital trust and cybersecurity companies

The rise in cybercrime during the pandemic and beyond has not only accelerated the development of technologies and solutions used to protect companies and data, but also seems to have gotten the attention of governing bodies internationally. The EU has agreed on the NIS 2 Directive that will help to expand upon the current legislation set in place on combatting cybercrime. 

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And as you can see from the list of digital trust and cybersecurity companies above, there is no short in solutions out there. If you're interested in seeing more cybersecurity companies and startups or want to explore the industry more, check out the Valuer app

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