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Aug 20, 2018
Half of the world’s most popular sites are 'at-risk'
Half of the world’s most popular sites are 'at-risk'

Almost half of the world's most popular websites have been declared 'risky' by new research, but the UK is among the least dangerous places in which to surf the web.

Source: ITPRO
Aug 17, 2018
ThreatList: Almost Half of the World’s Top Websites Deemed ‘Risky’
ThreatList: Almost Half of the World’s Top Websites Deemed ‘Risky’

An analysis of the world’s most-visited websites shows that vulnerable software, too much active content and large amounts of code execution open visitors to a raft of potential dangers.

Source: Threatpost
Aug 16, 2018
Active Third-Party Content the Bane of Web Security
Active Third-Party Content the Bane of Web Security

"I always hammer on websites running old code because of how prevalent that is on the Internet and how it continues to be a big source of malware risks," [Kowsik] Guruswamy says.

Source: Dark Reading
Aug 14, 2018
Menlo Security hunts for distributors to expand A/NZ business
Menlo Security hunts for distributors to expand A/NZ business

US-headquartered Menlo Security is on the lookout for two distributors to help the vendor to expand its presence across Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ).

Source: ARN
Jul 22, 2018
Cloud Based Browsing Offers Isolation From Malware
Cloud Based Browsing Offers Isolation From Malware

Kowsik Guruswamy, Chief Technology Officer, Menlo Security, joined Juliette Saly and Doug Krizner of Bloomberg Daybreak Asia to discuss the biggest security threats he sees at present and how their malware isolation technology offers a new way to protect against such attacks.

Source: Bloomberg
Jun 25, 2018
Isolating Threats and Providing Better End-User Experience: Menlo Security, Inc.
Isolating Threats and Providing Better End-User Experience: Menlo Security, Inc.

The founders of Menlo Security believe that the time has come where legacy, detection-based security solutions fail to stop the constant onslaught of web and email malware infections, and hence a whole, new architectural approach to security is necessary.

Jun 21, 2018
Morning Cybersecurity: A daily briefing on politics and cybersecurity
Morning Cybersecurity: A daily briefing on politics and cybersecurity

Microsoft Office is increasingly becoming a target of attacks exploiting undiscovered vulnerabilities as it grows in popularity, Menlo Security concludes in a report out today

Source: Politico
Jun 21, 2018
Microsoft Office: The Go-To Platform for Zero-Day Exploits
Microsoft Office: The Go-To Platform for Zero-Day Exploits

Malicious Office documents are the weapon of choice among cybercriminals, who use files to access remotely hosted malicious components.

Source: Dark Reading
Jun 21, 2018
Attackers Pick Microsoft Office for Zero-Day Exploits
Attackers Pick Microsoft Office for Zero-Day Exploits

Unfortunately for Microsoft, Office will not only continue to be the attackers’ vector of choice but will also be the platform for exploiting vulnerabilities, according to a new report from Menlo Security.

May 30, 2018
New vulnerabilities give cybercriminals 7 days to compromise your network
New vulnerabilities give cybercriminals 7 days to compromise your network

Rather than let end devices connect to the Internet, we create this layer of abstraction via the cloud,” Menlo Security CEO Amir Ben-Efraim said. “This ensures that only safe visuals are able to get to you.

May 18, 2018
Chrome, Firefox Browsers Are Targeted by New 'Vega Stealer' Malware
Chrome, Firefox Browsers Are Targeted by New 'Vega Stealer' Malware

"Enterprises are very frequently targeted with malware that has credential stealing capabilities built in,” Kowsik Guruswamy, Chief Technology Officer with Menlo Security, told Fox News in an email.

Source: Fox News
Apr 12, 2018
Remotely Hosted Objects Used to Spread Formbook Malware
Remotely Hosted Objects Used to Spread Formbook Malware

Cybercriminals are once again abusing trusted applications, such as Microsoft Office, to launch multi-stage attacks inside malicious documents to deliver Formbook malware.

Source: SC Magazine
Apr 09, 2018
RTF Design, Office Flaw Exploited in Multi-Stage Document Attack
RTF Design, Office Flaw Exploited in Multi-Stage Document Attack

Menlo Security researchers discovered a new multi-stage document attack that exploits design behaviors in .docx and RTF, along with CVE-2017-8570, to drop a malicious payload called Formbook on target endpoints, while bypassing traditional security tools.

Source: Dark Reading
Apr 09, 2018
Cryptojacking: Mitigating the Impact
Cryptojacking: Mitigating the Impact

Cryptojacking, the infiltration of malware to enable browser-based mining of cryptocurrencies on infected websites, is on the rise. Read Menlo CTO Kowsik Guruswamy’s comments on the affects of cryptojacking.

Apr 09, 2018
Word Attachment Delivers Formbook Malware, No Macros Required
Word Attachment Delivers Formbook Malware, No Macros Required

Researchers at Menlo Security are reporting a wave of attacks that began last month targeting financial and information service sectors in the Middle East and U.S., using a new multi-stage infection technique.

Source: Threatpost
Feb 08, 2018
Hackers Exploit Old Software, Trusted Websites, Menlo Security Reports
Hackers Exploit Old Software, Trusted Websites, Menlo Security Reports

Menlo Security released its 2017 State of the Web report what it saw as sources of attack from across the web landscape. One of the primary culprits are organizations that continue to use older, unsupported software.

Source: eWeek
Feb 08, 2018
The State of Internet Security: Rising Risk Despite Reputation and Regulation
The State of Internet Security: Rising Risk Despite Reputation and Regulation

According to recent research, the security of the internet at large is shaky. Menlo Security reported that 42% of the top 100,000 websites as ranked by Alexa are potentially compromised and risky for users. 

Feb 07, 2018
42% of the Web's Top Sites Are Compromised
42% of the Web's Top Sites Are Compromised

Menlo Security’s third annual State of the Web report  found that 42% of the top 100,000 sites on the web, as ranked by Alexa, either are using software that leaves them vulnerable to attack or have already been compromised in some way.

Source: InfoSecurity
Feb 07, 2018
42% of Alexa-ranked websites are open invites for attackers
42% of Alexa-ranked websites are open invites for attackers

Many of the internet’s supposedly safe websites could actually be a breeding ground for risk – or at least that’s what Menlo Security’s third annual State of the Web report says.

Feb 06, 2018
Cybercriminals exploiting traditional trust measures for compromises, study
Cybercriminals exploiting traditional trust measures for compromises, study

Cybercriminals are exploiting traditional measures of trust to gain a foothold on users systems by compromising trusted sites via background initiated requests, using phishing sites, and typosquatting.

Source: SC Magazine
Feb 06, 2018
Voices 10 new things in tech: The next wave of security
Voices 10 new things in tech: The next wave of security

Menlo Security raises $40 million to help companies block malware.

Feb 06, 2018
Le « typosquatting » revient en force
Le « typosquatting » revient en force

Les experts en sécurité informatique de Menlo Security viennent de publier un rapport alarmiste sur la recrudescence du « typosquatting ».

Feb 06, 2018
Les pirates informatiques exploitent vos fautes de frappe pour vous voler
Les pirates informatiques exploitent vos fautes de frappe pour vous voler

Le «typosquatting» est la tendance émergente en matière de piratage informatique. Le danger réside dans la facilité de mise en place d'une telle stratégie.

Source: 24 Martins
Feb 06, 2018
Yahou, Goolge, YoTube... Gare au «typosquatting», les pirates profitent de vos fautes de frappe
Yahou, Goolge, YoTube... Gare au «typosquatting», les pirates profitent de vos fautes de frappe

Ne vous inquiétez pas, vous êtes bien sur 20minutes.fr. Et pas 20munites ou 20minutse. Une petite faute de frappe qui peut causer bien des soucis, comme le révèle un rapport du spécialiste en cybersécurité Menlo Security.

Source: 20minutes
Feb 06, 2018
Typosquatting : une tendance en hausse chez les cybercriminels
Typosquatting : une tendance en hausse chez les cybercriminels

La société informatique Menlo Security attire l'attention sur la montée en puissance d'un phénomène assez méconnu sur la toile : le "typosquatting", une technique dérivée du phishing qui se montre particulièrement rentable pour les cybercriminels.

Feb 06, 2018
ARNAQUE Comment les pirates du web profitent de vos fautes de frappe ?
ARNAQUE Comment les pirates du web profitent de vos fautes de frappe ?

Méfiez-vous de vos fautes de frappe sur internet car elles pourraient bien vous porter préjudice. Découvrez ce qu’il se cache derrière l’arnaque au "typosquatting".

Source: Planet
Feb 06, 2018
42% of the most popular websites are vulnerable to cyberattacks
42% of the most popular websites are vulnerable to cyberattacks

Phishing attacks continue to grow more sophisticated, as 4,600 phishing sites use legitimate hosting services, according to Menlo Security.

Source: TechRepublic
Feb 06, 2018
Les cybermercenaires de plus en plus ingénieux
Les cybermercenaires de plus en plus ingénieux

Un rapport publié par Menlo Security a confirmé la réalité de la menace virtuelle. Les pirates informatiques font de plus en plus preuve d’ingéniosité.

Source: IT Social
Feb 05, 2018
Over 12,000 Business Websites Leveraged for Cybercrime
Over 12,000 Business Websites Leveraged for Cybercrime

More than 12,300 websites in the business category were used to launch cyberattacks or deliver malware in 2017, making company sites riskier than gambling and shopping sites. 

Source: Dark Reading
Feb 05, 2018
Hackeurs de confiance : Les cybercriminels exploitent les mesures de confiance traditionnelles sur le web
Hackeurs de confiance : Les cybercriminels exploitent les mesures de confiance traditionnelles sur le web

Dans son troisième rapport annuel « L’état du web », Menlo Security révèle que de nombreux sites web, réputés sans risque, présentent en fait des menaces bien réelles pour ceux qui les consultent.

Feb 05, 2018
Piratage de confiance et
Piratage de confiance et "typosquattage" : comment les hackers piègent les internautes

Avec de nouvelles méthodes toujours plus malignes, les hackers parviennent à flouer les internautes en se glissant dans les brèches de sites pourtant réputés sécurisés.

Source: MSN.com
Feb 05, 2018
Regard sur la Tech: TypoSquatting ou comment les pirates profitent de vos fautes de frappe
Regard sur la Tech: TypoSquatting ou comment les pirates profitent de vos fautes de frappe

Avec le "typosquatting", les hackers se servent de vos fautes de frappes pour vous pirater.

Source: BFM Business
Feb 05, 2018
Hackeurs de confiance : Les cybercriminels exploitent les mesures de confiance traditionnelles sur le web
Hackeurs de confiance : Les cybercriminels exploitent les mesures de confiance traditionnelles sur le web

Dans son troisième rapport annuel « L’état du web », Menlo Security révèle que de nombreux sites web, réputés sans risque, présentent en fait des menaces bien réelles pour ceux qui les consultent.

Feb 05, 2018
To nuke or not to nuke over cyberattacks
To nuke or not to nuke over cyberattacks

Among the top 100,000 websites listed on Alexa, 42 percent are risky, according to a report from Menlo Security.

Source: Politico
Feb 05, 2018
Piratage de confiance et
Piratage de confiance et "typosquattage" : comment les hackers piègent les internautes

Avec de nouvelles méthodes toujours plus malignes, les hackers parviennent à flouer les internautes en se glissant dans les brèches de sites pourtant réputés sécurisés.

Source: Mashable
Feb 05, 2018
Cybersécurité : nouvelle alerte sur la Toile mondiale
Cybersécurité : nouvelle alerte sur la Toile mondiale

Des experts en cybersécurité pointent le fait que de plus en plus de « sites de confiance » sont utilisés par les hackers comme vecteurs d'attaque.

Source: Le Point
Feb 05, 2018
Cybersécurité : nouvelle alerte sur la Toile mondiale
Cybersécurité : nouvelle alerte sur la Toile mondiale

L'ingéniosité des hackers semble sans limites. En octobre dernier, Le Point.fr évoquait les nouvelles techniques d'intrusion des pirates informatiques, détaillant les modus operandi inédits des cybergangs qui sévissent sur la Toile mondiale.

Source: Boursorama
Feb 05, 2018
Le «typosquatting» : quand les pirates informatiques exploitent les fautes de frappe
Le «typosquatting» : quand les pirates informatiques exploitent les fautes de frappe

Le «typosquatting» : quand les pirates informatiques exploitent les fautes de frappe Phénomène méconnu, le «typosquatting» consiste à mettre à profit les coquilles des internautes pour les rediriger vers des sites Web à risques.

Source: Le Figaro
Feb 05, 2018
Pourquoi les cybercriminels exploitent les mesures de confiance traditionnelles sur le web
Pourquoi les cybercriminels exploitent les mesures de confiance traditionnelles sur le web

42% des 100.000 sites web les plus populaires, selon le classement réalisé par Alexa, utilisent des logiciels qui les laissent vulnérables en cas d’attaque, ou ont déjà été compromis d’une manière ou d’une autre.

Source: Toolinux
Feb 05, 2018
« Typosquatting » : les hackers se servent de vos fautes de frappes pour vous pirater !
« Typosquatting » : les hackers se servent de vos fautes de frappes pour vous pirater !

Les pirates de l’informatique ont mis un moyen très facile pour vous piéger. Appelé « typosquatting », ils se servent de vos fautes de frappes dans l’url pour vous pirater.

Feb 05, 2018
Trust-Hacking: Cyber Criminals are Exploiting Traditional Measures of Trust on the Web
Trust-Hacking: Cyber Criminals are Exploiting Traditional Measures of Trust on the Web

Forty-two percent of the top 100,000 sites on the web, as ranked by Alexa, are either using software that leaves them vulnerable to attack or have already been compromised in some way.

Feb 05, 2018
Trust-Hacking: Cyber Criminals are Exploiting Traditional Measures of Trust on the Web
Trust-Hacking: Cyber Criminals are Exploiting Traditional Measures of Trust on the Web

One rarely discussed problem is that the average website connects to 25 background sites for content, such as video clips and online ads.

Feb 02, 2018
Microsoft goes after Windows 'scareware' that tries to pressure you for payment
Microsoft goes after Windows 'scareware' that tries to pressure you for payment

“We should laud Microsoft on taking this initiative in blocking these programs, because historically these types of cleaners found as shareware came laden with Malware,” Kowsik Guruswamy, Chief Technology Officer with Menlo Security, told Fox News.

Source: Fox News
Dec 18, 2017
Today's Must-Reads: A Small Giant in Silicon Valley, A Better Way To Value Blue Apron
Today's Must-Reads: A Small Giant in Silicon Valley, A Better Way To Value Blue Apron
Big banks are pouring millions into a cybersecurity startup: Menlo, fittingly based in Menlo Park, Calif. (also home to Facebook), protects customers through an approach it calls 'web isolation.
Source: Forbes
Dec 15, 2017
Industry news: Menlo Security
Industry news: Menlo Security
Menlo Security Raises $40 Million
Source: Brian Madden
Dec 14, 2017
Menlo Security Closes $40M Series C for its Isolation Platform
Menlo Security Closes $40M Series C for its Isolation Platform
Menlo Security closed a $40 million Series C funding round with new investments from American Express Ventures, Ericsson Ventures, and HSBC. This brings the Menlo Park, California-based startup's total funding to $85 million.
Source: Ticker In
Dec 14, 2017
Cybersecurity startup Menlo Security receives millions in funding
Cybersecurity startup Menlo Security receives millions in funding
Big Financial Institutions such as JPMorgan Chase, American Express, and HSBC are seen competing to offer a $40 million round of funding for “Menlo Security”, a California based Cybersecurity startup.
Dec 14, 2017
HSBC : JP Morgan and American Express back cyber startup Menlo Security in $40m series C
HSBC : JP Morgan and American Express back cyber startup Menlo Security in $40m series C
HSBC, JP Morgan and American Express`s venture arm are among investors in a $40mseries C funding round for Menlo Security, a Silicon Valley startup which provides protection against malware.
Source: 4 Traders
Dec 13, 2017
Menlo Security Raises $40M
Menlo Security Raises $40M
Malware isolation specialist Menlo Security closes Series C round, with American Express Ventures, Ericsson Ventures and HSBC coming aboard as new investors.
Dec 13, 2017
Major banks invest millions into cyber security startup Menlo
Major banks invest millions into cyber security startup Menlo
A number of major banks and networks have invested millions of dollars into a cyber security startup that aims to paralyze phishing attacks, in which hackers try to trick people into either revealing their login credentials, downloading viruses, or visiting sites laden with malicious software.
Dec 13, 2017
Menlo Security raises $40M to fight malware in the enterprise
Menlo Security raises $40M to fight malware in the enterprise
Silicon Valley startup Menlo Security announced today raised $40 million in Series C funding to expand its anti-malware tools for the enterprise.
Source: TechBullets
Dec 13, 2017
Menlo Security raises $40M to help companies block malware
Menlo Security raises $40M to help companies block malware
Cybersecurity startup Menlo Security has closed a $40 million series C round of funding from American Express Ventures, Ericsson Ventures, HSBC, JPMorgan Chase, General Catalyst, Sutter Hill Ventures, Osage University Partners, and Engineering Capital. Cybersecurity has emerged as a major focus of investment in recent years.
Dec 13, 2017
Menlo Security Closes $40 Million
Menlo Security Closes $40 Million
Menlo Security secured $40 million in Series C financing. Eight investors participated in the round: American Express Ventures, Ericsson Venture Partners, HSBC, JPMorgan Chase Bank, General Catalyst Partners, Sutter Hill Ventures, Osage Partners, and Engineering Capital.
Dec 13, 2017
Menlo Security Raises $40M for Malware Isolation Technology
Menlo Security Raises $40M for Malware Isolation Technology
The security startup continues to evolve its isolation technology to help protect organizations from emerging forms of malware.
Dec 13, 2017
Menlo Security raises $40M to advance malware isolation technology
Menlo Security raises $40M to advance malware isolation technology
The security startup continues to evolve its isolation technology to help protect organizations from emerging forms of malware.
Source: Zicos
Dec 13, 2017
Menlo Security Raises $40M to Advance Malware Isolation Technology
Menlo Security Raises $40M to Advance Malware Isolation Technology
Menlo Security Raises $40M to Advance Malware Isolation Technology
Source: Newslocker
Dec 13, 2017
Menlo Security secures $40M Series C to keep malware at bay
Menlo Security secures $40M Series C to keep malware at bay
Menlo Security, a startup with a unique approach to protecting your company from malware and phishing attacks, announced a $40 million Series C round today.
Source: Cool2Watch
Dec 13, 2017
Banks back cybersecurity startup Menlo Security
Banks back cybersecurity startup Menlo Security
Menlo Security, a isolation platform which protects organisations from cyberattacks, has closed a $40m Series C round.
Dec 13, 2017
Cyberattacks are becoming big opportunities for some small businesses
Cyberattacks are becoming big opportunities for some small businesses
Menlo Security, a start-up in the security space, raised $40 million from American Express Ventures, Ericsson Ventures, HSBC, JP Morgan Chase and other well-known investment firms to continue the development and expansion of its “isolation” platform. The company, founded in 2013, has raised about $85 million to date.
Dec 13, 2017
Malware Isolation Firm Menlo Security Raises $40 Million
Malware Isolation Firm Menlo Security Raises $40 Million
Menlo Security, a provider of malware isolation technology, announced on Monday that it has closed a $40 million Series C funding round, bringing the total amount raised by the company to $85 million.
Source: BayPay Forum
Dec 12, 2017
AmEx, HSBC and JPMorgan devote in Menlo Security
AmEx, HSBC and JPMorgan devote in Menlo Security

Monetary providers giants American Express, HSBC and JPMorgan Chase have all joined a $40 million Sequence C funding round for “malware isolation” outfit Menlo Security.

With the FS business facing an at any time-rising barrage of cyber attacks, AmEx, HSBC and JPMorgan have decided to back Menlo and its Security Isolation Platform.
Dec 12, 2017
Big Banks Invest in Cybersecurity Startup Menlo
Big Banks Invest in Cybersecurity Startup Menlo

Big banks such as JPMorgan Chase, American Express and HSBC have invested in the cybersecurity startup Menlo in its new USD 40 million funding round.

Source: The PAYPERS
Dec 12, 2017
Menlo Security, which blocks malware using its cloud-based isolation platform, raises $40M Series C
Menlo Security, which blocks malware using its cloud-based isolation platform, raises $40M Series C
Cybersecurity startup Menlo Security has closed a $40 million series C round of funding from American Express Ventures, Ericsson Ventures, HSBC, JPMorgan Chase, General Catalyst…
Source: Techmeme
Dec 12, 2017
Menlo Security Raises $40 Million in Funding
Menlo Security Raises $40 Million in Funding
Menlo Security, a firm that provides email and web protection, has raised $40 million in Series C funding. This round includes participation by American Express Ventures, Ericsson Ventures and HSBC, and brings total funding to $85 million to date.
Source: MediaPost
Dec 12, 2017
JPMorgan, HSBC, AmEx buy into malware defence technology
JPMorgan, HSBC, AmEx buy into malware defence technology
A group of major player in financial services including JPMorgan, American Express and HSBC are investing in Menlo Security, a provider of malware isolation technology.
Dec 12, 2017
HSBC, JPMorgan and American Express back Menlo Security
HSBC, JPMorgan and American Express back Menlo Security
Menlo Security, a leader in malware isolation has closed a $40 million round in Series C funding. The investors are financial services giants, HSBC, JPMorgan Chase and American Express.
Dec 12, 2017
Menlo Security Raises $40M For Malware Protection with Amex, HSBC
Menlo Security Raises $40M For Malware Protection with Amex, HSBC
Cybersecurity startup Menlo Security has raised $40 million in a new funding, it announced yesterday, with investors including American Express and HSBC participating in the round.
Dec 12, 2017
Big Banks Back Startup Menlo To Fight Phishing
Big Banks Back Startup Menlo To Fight Phishing
According to Fortune , several big banks – including JPMorgan & Chase, American Express and HSBC – are among the investors in a new $40 million round of funding for Menlo Security. Other investors include Ericsson Ventures, General Catalyst, Sutter Hill Ventures, Osage University Partners and Engineering Capital.
Source: PYMNTS.com
Dec 12, 2017
AmEx, HSBC and JPMorgan invest in Menlo Security
AmEx, HSBC and JPMorgan invest in Menlo Security
Financial services giants American Express, HSBC and JPMorgan Chase have all joined a $40 million Series C funding round for "malware isolation" outfit Menlo Security.
Source: Finextra
Dec 11, 2017
The Funded: Two Peninsula startups raise $40M-plus each at start of the week
The Funded: Two Peninsula startups raise $40M-plus each at start of the week
Menlo Security, Menlo Park, $40 million: This cybersecurity startup raised funding from a roster of big-name companies in its Series C round.
Dec 11, 2017
Menlo Security has closed a $40 million round in Series C funding, bringing total investment to $85 million
Menlo Security has closed a $40 million round in Series C funding, bringing total investment to $85 million
Menlo Security has closed a $40 million round in Series C funding, bringing total investment to $85 million. New investors in the round include American Express Ventures, Ericsson Ventures and HSBC. They join Menlo’s existing investors: JPMorgan Chase, General Catalyst, Sutter Hill Ventures, Osage University Partners and Engineering Capital. The investment will allow Menlo to expand sales and marketing of its Security Isolation Platform, which has been enabling companies of all sizes to take a more powerful approach to security.
Dec 11, 2017
Why JPMorgan, Amex, HSBC are backing ‘isolation’ web browsing
Why JPMorgan, Amex, HSBC are backing ‘isolation’ web browsing

JPMorgan Chase, American Express and HSBC announced Monday that they are leading a $40 million round pf funding in the isolation-tech provider Menlo Security, bringing its total funding to $85 million. The size and scope of the investment its notable.

Dec 11, 2017
Menlo Security Secures $40 Million Series C to Keep Malware at Bay
Menlo Security Secures $40 Million Series C to Keep Malware at Bay
Menlo Security, a startup with an extraordinary way to deal with shielding your organization from malware and phishing assaults, reported a $40 million Series C round today.
Source: StartupWorld
Dec 11, 2017
Menlo Security Closes $40m Series C Funding
Menlo Security Closes $40m Series C Funding
Menlo Security, a Menlo Park, CA-based provider of malware isolation software, closed a $40m Series C funding.
Source: FINSMES
Dec 11, 2017
Menlo Security raises $40M to fight malware in the enterprise
Menlo Security raises $40M to fight malware in the enterprise
Silicon Valley startup Menlo Security announced today that it has raised $40 million in a late-stage funding to expand its antimalware tools for the enterprise.
Source: SiliconAngle
Dec 11, 2017
Menlo Security raises $40 million to help companies block malware
Menlo Security raises $40 million to help companies block malware
Cybersecurity startup Menlo Security has closed a $40 million series C round of funding from American Express Ventures, Ericsson Ventures, HSBC, JPMorgan Chase, General Catalyst, Sutter Hill Ventures, Osage University Partners, and Engineering Capital.
Source: VentureBeat
Dec 11, 2017
Venture Deals
Venture Deals
Menlo Security, a Menlo Park, Calif.-based provider of a cloud-based isolation platform, raised $40 million in funding from investors including American Express, HSBC, and JP Morgan.
Dec 11, 2017
Funding Snapshot: Menlo Security Raises $40 Million
Funding Snapshot: Menlo Security Raises $40 Million

Menlo Security closed a $40 million Series C funding round with new investments from American Express Ventures, Ericcson Ventures, and HSBC.

Dec 11, 2017
Menlo Security Closes $40M Series C for its Isolation Platform
Menlo Security Closes $40M Series C for its Isolation Platform

Menlo Security closed a $40 million Series C funding round with new investments from American Express Ventures, Ericsson Ventures, and HSBC. This brings the Menlo Park, California-based startup’s total funding to $85 million.

Source: SDX Central
Dec 11, 2017
Why JPMorgan, Amex, HSBC are backing ‘isolation’ web browsing
Why JPMorgan, Amex, HSBC are backing ‘isolation’ web browsing
As part of their effort to deflect these attacks, some banks are turning to isolated browsing, or remote browsing, technology. Such systems force all internet activity to happen in a protected space on the cloud, preventing malicious code from reaching a company’s network. The technology is not brand new, but it is starting to gain traction as some large banks have finished their testing of it and are going public with their use of it.
Dec 11, 2017
Malware Isolation Firm Menlo Security Raises $40 Million
Malware Isolation Firm Menlo Security Raises $40 Million
Menlo Security, a provider of malware isolation technology, announced on Monday that it has closed a $40 million Series C funding round, bringing the total amount raised by the company to $85 million.
Dec 11, 2017
Big Banks Pour Millions Into This Cyber Security Startup
Big Banks Pour Millions Into This Cyber Security Startup
Financial heavyweights are investing millions of dollars into a cyber security startup that aims to paralyze phishing attacks, in which hackers try to trick people into either revealing their login credentials, downloading viruses, or visiting sites laden with malicious software.
Source: Fortune.com
Dec 11, 2017
Menlo Security Raises $40M to Advance Malware Isolation Technology
Menlo Security Raises $40M to Advance Malware Isolation Technology

Menlo Security announced on Dec. 11 that it has closed a $40 million Series C round of funding, which it intends to use to grow its security isolation platform.

Source: eWeek
Nov 22, 2017
New Uber CEO Keeps Finding Horrors at Every Turn
New Uber CEO Keeps Finding Horrors at Every Turn
Uber's hacking mess is another set-back to its turnaround effort. The latest is a cyber attack Uber had been concealing since last year that exposed personal data on 57 million customers and drivers globally.
Nov 03, 2017
Email Security at Risk: How to Stop Hackers in Their Tracks
Email Security at Risk: How to Stop Hackers in Their Tracks
Federal agencies have 90 days to adopt a form of email security that guards against spam and phishing. This order is so critical because 97% of cyber attacks are the result of phishing.
Oct 04, 2017
Yahoo says all 3 billion of its accounts were hacked in 2013
Yahoo says all 3 billion of its accounts were hacked in 2013
Yahoo said Tuesday that the number of accounts impacted by a massive security breach in 2013 was three times larger than it had originally announced — meaning all accounts were affected.
Source: SF Gate
Aug 01, 2017
Pacific Tech Inks Menlo Isolation Platform Distie Deal for Singapore and Brunei
Pacific Tech Inks Menlo Isolation Platform Distie Deal for Singapore and Brunei

Pacific Tech has inked a distribution deal with Menlo Security which will see it distributing the vendor’s Isolation Platform across Singapore and Brunei. The Menlo Security Isolation Platform executes web content, email links and documents in the cloud removing the possibility of malware reaching end user devices.

Jul 31, 2017
Menlo Security Selects Pacific Tech for Singapore & Brunei Distribution
Menlo Security Selects Pacific Tech for Singapore & Brunei Distribution

Menlo Security has chosen Pacific Tech Pte Ltd to distribute its award-winning Isolation Platform across Singapore and Brunei. In light of high profile global malware attacks, together with a growing recognition of remote browser as a security solution, this is excellent news for these well-established and dynamic business communities.

Jul 26, 2017
Menlo Security Selects Edvance as Hong Kong & Macau Distributor
Menlo Security Selects Edvance as Hong Kong & Macau Distributor

Menlo Security has signed a distribution agreement with Hong Kong-based Edvance to distribute its browser Isolation Platform across both Hong Kong and Macau. The deal comes after reinvigorated interest in isolation technology after major high-profile global malware attacks. Menlo Security provides browser-based isolation technology as its premier security solution.

Jul 05, 2017
Menlo Security Selects Ingram Micro for Singapore/Thailand Distribution
Menlo Security Selects Ingram Micro for Singapore/Thailand Distribution

Menlo Security announced that it has chosen Ingram Micro to distribute its award-winning remote browser Isolation Platform across Singapore and Thailand. In the light of recent global malware attacks, together with a growing recognition of Remote Browser as a security solution, this is excellent news for the local business community.

Source: Telecomkh
Jul 04, 2017
Ingram Micro Signs on as Distie for Menlo Security's Browser Isolation Platform
Ingram Micro Signs on as Distie for Menlo Security's Browser Isolation Platform

Ingram Micro has scored distribution rights for Menlo Security's browser Isolation Platform across Singapore and Thailand. The browser Isolation Platform allows attacks to be blocked by isolating all internet browsing from endpoints and networks instead of trying to distinguish good content from bad content.

Jun 14, 2017
Gartner Identifies the Top Technologies for Security in 2017
Gartner Identifies the Top Technologies for Security in 2017
Gartner highlighted the top technologies for information security and their implications for security organizations in 2017, including Remote Browser.
Source: BW CIO
Mar 15, 2017
A United Front: The Issue Of Threat Data Sharing In Cyber Security
A United Front: The Issue Of Threat Data Sharing In Cyber Security

The sharing of threat intelligence has long been something of a contentious issue within the security sector and one that has very much been pushed to the forefront of the industry in recent times.

As the threat landscape has continued to develop , people and businesses have realised that the sheer number of cyber threats and security vulnerabilities doing the rounds these days is simply too great for any one organisation to tackle by themselves.

Source: Silicon
Mar 07, 2017
2017 Security 100: 20 Coolest Web, Email And Application Security Vendors
2017 Security 100: 20 Coolest Web, Email And Application Security Vendors

Email and the web continue to remain one of hackers' most popular points of entry into an environment. As a result, security vendors are unveiling new offerings to pinpoint threats and prevent user error that can lead to an attack.

As a result, security vendors are unveiling new offerings to pinpoint threats and prevent user error that can lead to an attack. Companies also are ramping up their efforts around application security, protecting their critical applications in the event of an attack and looking to close vulnerabilities from the start of the development process. As companies look to protect their environments from all angles, take a look at 20 companies, including Menlo Security, looking to change the game around web, email and application security.

Source: CRN
Feb 12, 2017
New Spear Phishing Campaign Uses Multiple Scripts to Customize Attacks on Enterprises
New Spear Phishing Campaign Uses Multiple Scripts to Customize Attacks on Enterprises

Cybersecurity researchers have recently uncovered a sophisticated spear phishing attack at a well-known enterprise that went undetected by existing security solutions. A close examination of the recent spear phishing event by Menlo Security researchers revealed that the attackers performed various checks on the password entered by the victim and their IP address to determine whether it was a true compromise versus somebody who had figured out the attack.

Feb 12, 2017
Spear Phishing Gambit Evades Detection to Lift Reams of PII
Spear Phishing Gambit Evades Detection to Lift Reams of PII

Menlo Security researchers recently uncovered a highly-customized phishing campaign that lifted reams of personally identifiable information (PII) without detection.

The sophisticated spear phishing attack took place at a “well-known enterprise,” Menlo Security said in its report, going undetected by existing security solutions.

Source: InfoSecurity
Feb 09, 2017
Menlo Security Uncovers New Spear Phishing Campaign Leveraging Multiple Scripts to Customize Attacks on US Enterprises
Menlo Security Uncovers New Spear Phishing Campaign Leveraging Multiple Scripts to Customize Attacks on US Enterprises
Menlo Security, a pioneer of cloud-based isolation security technology, today announced that its cybersecurity researchers recently uncovered a sophisticated spear phishing attack at a well-known enterprise that went undetected by existing security solutions.
Source: PR Newswire
Jan 25, 2017
Menlo Security Named to the Red Herring Top 100 Global List
Menlo Security Named to the Red Herring Top 100 Global List
Menlo Security, a pioneer of cloud-based security isolation technology, was recently named a Red Herring Top 100 Global company, an honor recognizing the leading private companies from North America, Europe, and Asia. The award celebrates startups’ innovations and technologies across their respective industries.
Source: PR Newswire
Jan 11, 2017
CRN Exclusive: Menlo Security Launches Partner Program, Looks To Go 100 Percent Channel
CRN Exclusive: Menlo Security Launches Partner Program, Looks To Go 100 Percent Channel
Menlo Security is launching a new partner program, a move its executives say will lay the foundation for a strategy to push all of its business through the channel.
Source: CRN
Dec 14, 2016
Half of World’s Top Websites are Vulnerable to Attack
Half of World’s Top Websites are Vulnerable to Attack

Nearly half of the world’s top one million websites are vulnerable to malware, turning browsing into a security minefield for users, according to new research from Menlo Security.

The vendor’s newly released State of the Web 2016 report claimed that 46% of the top Alexa-ranked sites around the globe are open to exploitation by cybercriminals.

Source: InfoSecurity
Dec 13, 2016
No such thing as safe browsing
No such thing as safe browsing
Internet security technology company, Menlo Security, says its global web survey has shown that almost half of the 1 million most popular web site, as rated by Alexa, present some security risk either directly or via some 25 million background sites used for ad serving and other purposes.
Dec 13, 2016
Nearly half of all websites pose security risks
Nearly half of all websites pose security risks

According to a new study of the top one million domains, 46 percent are running vulnerable software, are known phishing sites, or have had a security breach in the past twelve months.

The big problem is that even when a website is managed by a careful company, it will often load content from other sites, said Kowsik Guruswamy, CTO at Menlo Park, Calif.-based Menlo Security, which sponsored the report, which was released this morning.

Source: CSO
Dec 13, 2016
Nearly Half Of The Top 1 Million Websites Deemed Risky
Nearly Half Of The Top 1 Million Websites Deemed Risky

Nearly half (46%) of the Alexa top one million websites were found to be risky, putting businesses at risk as their users visits these sites.

The finding is part of a new report published by Menlo Security entitled "State of the Web 2016: Quantifying Today's Internet Risk," where researchers examined key characteristics of the top one million websites, as ranked by Alexa, to determine sources of risk.

Source: Dark Reading
Dec 13, 2016
Half of the Web is Vulnerable to Malware
Half of the Web is Vulnerable to Malware

Menlo Security Releases State of The Web 2016 Illuminating Widespread Vulnerability

MENLO PARK, Calif. Dec. 13, 2016 – Menlo Security, a pioneer of malware isolation, today announced the availability of its State of The Web 2016 report. The surprising results reveal that nearly half (46%) of the Internet’s top 1 million web sites, as ranked by Alexa, are risky. This is largely due to vulnerable software running on web servers and on underlying ad network domains. The results are significant because risky sites have never been easier to exploit, and traditional security products fail to provide adequate protection. Attackers have their veritable choice of half the web to exploit, allowing them to launch phishing attacks from legitimate sites.

Source: PR Newswire
Nov 28, 2016
How JPM Makes Tech Partnerships Work
How JPM Makes Tech Partnerships Work

Amir Ben-Efraim's cybersecurity startup Menlo Security was only a year old when he reached out to JPMorgan Chase, telling it how the 30-employee Menlo could help it deal with malware and phishing attacks.

Within a couple of weeks, Menlo was in discussions with the heads of cyberengineering at JPMorgan, talking about what types of controls and other specifications would need to be in place before the megabank could test Menlo's technology.

Oct 06, 2016
New Phishing Weapon in Menlo's Cyber Security Arsenal
New Phishing Weapon in Menlo's Cyber Security Arsenal
Furthering its efforts to eliminate threats and IT risks facing businesses, cloud-based security firm Menlo Security has expanded the Menlo Security Isolation Platform with a new phishing prevention solution.
Oct 05, 2016
Menlo Security Extends its Cloud-based Isolation Platform
Menlo Security Extends its Cloud-based Isolation Platform
Menlo Security has extended its cloud-based isolation platform, which prevents web-based malware from infecting local by running the browser in a cloud-based container, to now also stop email threats including malicious links, credential theft and weaponized attachments. The new solution effectively prevents targeted email phishing attacks, which are a major cybersecurity concern for enterprises.
Oct 03, 2016
16 Innovative Cybersecurity Technologies of 2016 - Menlo Security Makes the List
16 Innovative Cybersecurity Technologies of 2016 - Menlo Security Makes the List

This year's SINET 16 Innovators were chosen from 82 applicants representing nine countries. The Security Innovation Network (SINET) has shared the results of its annual SINET 16 competition created to discover the most innovative cybersecurity companies.

Source: DarkReading
Sep 20, 2016
Menlo Security Named to Prestigious List of SINET Innovators for Cybersecurity
Menlo Security Named to Prestigious List of SINET Innovators for Cybersecurity
Menlo Security, a pioneer of cloud-based malware isolation, today announced that it has been named a SINET innovator, as one of the 16 security start-ups offering cutting edge Cybersecurity technologies to address Web threats and vulnerabilities in the enterprise
Source: WDRB
Sep 06, 2016
Interview: How Menlo Security's Isolation Platform is Changing Web Security
Interview: How Menlo Security's Isolation Platform is Changing Web Security
Menlo Security has been doing big things from Silicon Valley, taking different approaches to the security industry than most providers. Now the company has reached Australia, and its prospects are vast.
Sep 05, 2016
Measuring the High Costs of Web Malware Protection
Measuring the High Costs of Web Malware Protection
A ransomware attack is terrible for consumers, employees and businesses – and you can put a price tag on recovery.
Sep 01, 2016
Industry Experts Examine the Perks and Pitfalls of Cybersecurity in Australia
Industry Experts Examine the Perks and Pitfalls of Cybersecurity in Australia
The ANZ Security Round Table at the Shangri-La Hotel in Sydney today is small but strong as industry heavyweights are set to discuss the perks and pitfalls of cybersecurity.
Sep 01, 2016
Silicon Valley’s Most Popular 50 Startups: Teaches You How to Find Business Ideas
Silicon Valley’s Most Popular 50 Startups: Teaches You How to Find Business Ideas
Silicon Valley entrepreneurs can be said to be a paradise. This is an innovative and full-of-idealism place. Forbes recently compiled a 2015 valuation of Silicon Valley's fastest growing startups list.
Source: Tuxi, China
Aug 30, 2016
Menlo Security Seeks to Isolate Web-Borne Threats
Menlo Security Seeks to Isolate Web-Borne Threats
Australia’s top 50 websites could be helping steer end users towards malware, according to cyber security company Menlo Security, which is about to enter the Australian market with what it says is a solution to the problem.
Aug 11, 2016
Isolation Pioneer Menlo Security Receives US Patent for Adaptive Clientless Rendering (ACR)
Isolation Pioneer Menlo Security Receives US Patent for Adaptive Clientless Rendering (ACR)
As malware and ransomware continue to plague Enterprise security teams, Menlo Security, a pioneer of cloud-based malware isolation, today announced that it has received a patent for its Adaptive Clientless Rendering (ACR) technology. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office recently issued U.S. Patent No. 9,391,832 providing protection for a key component of the company’s innovative new approach to malware prevention. Originally filed on December 5 th, 2011, the patented technology is now commercialized and gaining wide recognition with customers and analysts worldwide.
Source: PR Newswire
Aug 05, 2016
Will Rio Olympics Herald a Carnival of Cyber-Crime?
Will Rio Olympics Herald a Carnival of Cyber-Crime?

Brazil puts concerns over cyber-attacks at number 23 despite hosting the Olympic games, whereas the US, Germany and Japan put cyber-attacks at number one - hence extensive cyber-crime is expected during the games.

Source: SC Magazine
Aug 04, 2016
A Quick Glance — Menlo Security
A Quick Glance — Menlo Security
It's simple, really. If you don't want to have a web page dump malware on your device, don't render it there.
Source: IT Wire
Aug 02, 2016
Brexit Leads to Pageviews — Pageviews Lead to Malware
Brexit Leads to Pageviews — Pageviews Lead to Malware
Why do robbers break into banks? Because customers trust banks, and keep their gold and diamonds in the vault. Why do hackers attack and subvert media sites and use them as malware delivery systems? For a similar reason: Millions of citizens trust media brands, and spend a lot of time on those high-traffic sites.
Source: SC Magazine
Jul 14, 2016
Enterprise Mobility, BYOD, EMM, and New Security Approaches
Enterprise Mobility, BYOD, EMM, and New Security Approaches
Today's enterprise employes increasingly expect to be productive wherever they may be, on whatever device they choose, which raises multiple management and security issues for IT departments.
Source: zdnet.com
Jul 12, 2016
10 Innovative Network Security Startups
10 Innovative Network Security Startups
This slideshow features 10 startups with particularly innovative approaches to network security.
Jun 14, 2016
Menlo Security: Isolation Technology Gives Malware The Cold Shoulder
Menlo Security: Isolation Technology Gives Malware The Cold Shoulder
Menlo Security will announce Tuesday a deal to sell its cloud-based isolation platform through value-added distributor Cloud Harmonics.
May 27, 2016
Fujitsu setzt auf Security-Isolation-Plattform von Menlo Security
Fujitsu setzt auf Security-Isolation-Plattform von Menlo Security
Die Security-Isolation-Plattform von Menlo Security (MSIP) wird nun von Fujitsu als Schlüsselkomponente der globalen Sicherheitsservices des Unternehmens eingesetzt.
Source: Funkschau
May 27, 2016
New Security Vendor Focused on Isolation with Fujitsu Deal
New Security Vendor Focused on Isolation with Fujitsu Deal

MSIP is set to become a key component of Fujitsu's Global Management Security Service, using isolation as the central point of its cyber security protection.

May 11, 2016
Menlo Security veut rendre inoffensifs les contenus entrants
Menlo Security veut rendre inoffensifs les contenus entrants
Plutôt que de chercher à identifier les menaces potentielles afin de les bloquer, la jeune pousse préfère déporter l'ouverture de pages Web et autres contenus entrant pour ne présenter qu'un rendu HTML5 nettoyé de tout élément actif.
Source: LeMagIT
May 02, 2016
Imagine There's No Malware
Apr 20, 2016
Menlo Security Selected as Top 10 Finalist in MIT Sloan CIO Symposium 2016 Innovation Showcase
Menlo Security Selected as Top 10 Finalist in MIT Sloan CIO Symposium 2016 Innovation Showcase
Winners include early-stage companies in cyber-security, automation, cloud, and more.
Apr 13, 2016
Menlo Security Teams up with Check Point to Target Email Malware
Menlo Security Teams up with Check Point to Target Email Malware
Cloud-based malware security firm Menlo Security has entered into a partnership with Check Point that will see the company integrate its Isolation Platform with Check Points next-gen firewalls vSEC Virtual Edition Gateways.
Apr 12, 2016
5 Ways Malware Can Creep into Your System
5 Ways Malware Can Creep into Your System
To combat malware, vectors must be secured. Start with these five malware vectors that are highly popular with hackers.
Apr 04, 2016
Top Sports Websites Unleash Foul Play in the Enterprise
Top Sports Websites Unleash Foul Play in the Enterprise
To determine what the threat landscape on the Web looks like for sports fans watching the games online, we analyzed the top 10 sports websites in the U.S. based on the Alexa ranking.
Source: TechCrunch
Mar 31, 2016
Menlo Security CTO Pitches the Benefits of Isolation
Menlo Security CTO Pitches the Benefits of Isolation
Kowsik Guruswamy, CTO of Menlo Security, discusses his company's present and future direction.
Source: eWeek
Mar 31, 2016
Why General Catalyst Is Bullish on Security
Why General Catalyst Is Bullish on Security
Steve Herrod, managing partner at General Catalyst, discusses his current investments, and how to determine if a technology is a company or if it's just a feature.
Source: eWeek
Mar 24, 2016
March Madness Malware: All Top 10 US Sports Sites Serve Up Risk
March Madness Malware: All Top 10 US Sports Sites Serve Up Risk
There’s some bad news for basketball fans: most of the Top 10 US sport sites have been found to have vulnerabilities, and are serving active code from risky background sites.
Mar 11, 2016
Innovation: The Future of IT
Innovation: The Future of IT
Innovation is the future of IT, but is innovation really happening?
Mar 10, 2016
Cloud Takes Center Stage at RSA Conference, Yet Still a Long Way to Go
Cloud Takes Center Stage at RSA Conference, Yet Still a Long Way to Go
Although cloud seems to play a starring role, it seems to be missing in the ways that it would provide the most value—namely the ability for companies to secure and protect assets and data in the cloud.
Source: TechSpective
Mar 09, 2016
Innovation Sandbox and the Modern Thread Landscape
Innovation Sandbox and the Modern Thread Landscape
Ajay Arora, CEO at Vera, and Amir Ben-Efraim, CEO at Menlo Security, discuss their participation in the Innovation Sandbox Contest and offer insight into the current information security issues shaping our industry.
Mar 09, 2016
2016 Security 100: 20 Coolest Web And Application Security Vendors
2016 Security 100: 20 Coolest Web And Application Security Vendors
Menlo Security emerged from stealth in June with $25 million in funding and a new take on email and web security.
Source: CRN
Mar 09, 2016
It Slices, It Dices: It Is Analytics
It Slices, It Dices: It Is Analytics
Analytics can help with many things, but only if it is well thought out.
Mar 09, 2016
RSA 2016: There Are Way Too Many Security Companies
RSA 2016: There Are Way Too Many Security Companies
My No. 1 takeaway from last week’s RSA Conference? “If you walk on the floor, there are too many companies.”
Source: SDXCentral
Mar 07, 2016
Security Analytics: Let’s Assume Every Perimeter Gets Breached
Security Analytics: Let’s Assume Every Perimeter Gets Breached
As enterprises become more dependent on the cloud, security is going to have to change fundamentally. It’s no longer a matter of building a watertight perimeter.
Source: SDXCentral
Feb 17, 2016
Security startups vie for honors in RSA Innovation Sandbox
Security startups vie for honors in RSA Innovation Sandbox

The RSA 2016 Innovations Sandbox competition highlights the top security startups, but only one will be awarded title of 'RSA Conference 2016's Most Innovative Startup'.

Source: Tech Target
Feb 17, 2016
20 Cybersecurity Startups To Watch In 2016
20 Cybersecurity Startups To Watch In 2016
Some of the most intriguing security startups flush with funds, talent and ideas.
Source: Dark Reading
Feb 02, 2016
The Future of Security: Isolation
The Future of Security: Isolation
There’s an old saying in IT: The best way to secure a server is to leave it off.
Jan 29, 2016
Oracle to Kill Java Browser Plugin
Oracle to Kill Java Browser Plugin

Oracle on Wednesday announced specific plans to kill the Java browser plugin and has advised users to start migrating to other technologies.

Source: SecurityWeek
Jan 29, 2016
Oracle Announces Java Plugin Deprecation, Death
Oracle Announces Java Plugin Deprecation, Death
With a short post by a member of the Java strategy team, Oracle has announced the approaching death of the hated Java plugin.
Jan 28, 2016
Menlo Security selected as a finalist in RSA® Conference 2016's Most Innovative Startup Contest
Menlo Security selected as a finalist in RSA® Conference 2016's Most Innovative Startup Contest
Conference Event to Honor Information Security’s Next Generation of Groundbreaking Technologies
Source: BusinessWire
Jan 26, 2016
SMBs in Cross-hairs as Ransomware Becomes More Difficult to Dodge
SMBs in Cross-hairs as Ransomware Becomes More Difficult to Dodge

Malware that can be used across platforms gives cyber criminals more targets to attack

Jan 11, 2016
Malware Using Legit Certs to Avoid Detection, Surveil Users
Malware Using Legit Certs to Avoid Detection, Surveil Users
Researchers discovered a new malware family that uses compromised digital certificates to avoid detection and that then surveils the infected device's activity and send the information to the attacker.
Source: SC Magazine
Dec 28, 2015
The Hottest Cybersecurity Startups Of 2015
The Hottest Cybersecurity Startups Of 2015
In 2015, there were few hotter areas in Silicon Valley than cybersecurity.
Dec 28, 2015
Menlo Security Launches Technology Partner Program
Menlo Security Launches Technology Partner Program
Menlo Security has announced a technology partner program, enabling customers to integrate Menlo Security’s isolation platform with its existing infrastructure.
Dec 17, 2015
The Hottest Startups Of 2015
The Hottest Startups Of 2015
Combined, the top 50 hottest startups raised over $7 billion this year and have a total valuation close to $120 billion.
Jun 08, 2015
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