Gallery of Victors

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Sourcefire provides enterprise threat management solutions from a next-generation network security platform to advanced malware protection. Since winning the first RSAC innovation contest in 2005, Sourcefire raised $71 million from their IPO in 2007. The company was bought by Cisco in 2013 for $2.7 billion.


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Imperva provides activity monitoring, real-time protection and risk management solutions for critical business data and applications. The winner in 2006, Imperva raised $90 million from their IPO in 2011.


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Yoggie Security Systems invented behavior-based blocking technology that offers a hardware-based computer security solution. Yoggie Security Systems raised $2.8 million within a year of winning the RSAC Innovation Sandbox Contest in 2007 and was acquired by CUPP in 2011.

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A pioneer in the area of security convergence for physical and logical security, Alert Enterprise secured the top spot as Most Innovative Company at the RSA Conference in 2009. The company raised $27 million in two rounds of financing from two venture capital firms subsequently.


Altor, the 2010 winner of the RSAC Innovation Sandbox Contest provides best-in-class virtualization and cloud security solutions. The company raised $16 million in two rounds from four investors and was acquired by Juniper Networks in 2010.

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Invincea is the leader in advanced endpoint threat protection, combining containerization with threat detection and response. Sophos has just agreed to buy the 2011 RSAC Innovation Sandbox Contest winner Invincea for $100 Million.


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Appthority is an app-risk management service that helps enterprises identify and manage the risks hidden in mobile apps. Appthority and its Appthority Platform won the Most Innovative Company distinction at RSA Conference 2012. In the same year, the company raised $6.3 million from two investors. Appthority recently raised another $7M bringing their total equity funding up to $25.25M since winning the RSA Conference Innovation Sandbox Contest.

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Remotium offers disruptive mobile security technology that secures corporate assets for the bring-your-own-device trend and within 30 days of being named RSAC Most Innovative Company in 2013, Remotium raised $1 million. Remotium was acquired by Avast Software in 2015.

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Red Owl Analytics provides risk oversight software solutions for compliance and investigations.  The top 2014 entrant of the RSAC Innovation Sandbox Contest received $4.6 million in investments within four months of winning and another $17M within a year after that, making their total equity investment since winning RSAC ISB $21.6M.

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The 2015 Innovation Sandbox Winner, Waratek, provides Runtime Application Self Protection to secure applications against malicious attack in the Data Center, Hybrid or Public Cloud with no code changes, agents or network devices required. Watch their winning pitch.

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Phantom won the RSA Conference 2016’s Most Innovative Startup title based on its ability to demonstrate a clear solution for three major security challenges: security threats arriving with unprecedented diversity, volume and velocity; ever-increasing complexity due to amount of products and platforms companies need to manage; and a drought of expert security personnel. Phantom closed $13.5M in funding from Kleiner Perkins. Watch their winning pitch.

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