Illusive networks, the leader in deception-based cybersecurity, was recognized in The Wall Street Journal’s inaugural Tech Companies to Watch list identifying “today’s startups that may be leaders of tomorrow”.
illusive networks is ranked #11 out of WSJ’s top 25 startups, Their innovative technology is based on the premise of viewing the network from the attacker’s perspective and creates an alternate reality, making it difficult for intruders to distinguish between real and fake data.
The Wall Street Journal chose the top tech companies based on an extensive data analysis and survey of technology industry watchers. Criteria included founder’s experience, the investments they have attracted, the prior success of their investors, the growth of their workforce and the buzz they are generating.
“We’re delighted to be recognized by The Wall Street Journal for breaking the status quo in cybersecurity to safeguard enterprises from Advanced Persistent Threats,” said Ofer Israeli, CEO of illusive networks. “This achievement further cements our position at the vanguard of the next evolution of cyber defense.“
illusive networks’ award-winning Deceptions Everywhere® technology blankets a company’s entire network —across every endpoint and server, alongside the network, application and data layers – with information that deceives attackers. Automatically generated and AI-driven, illusive’s deceptions are tailor-made to the customer to appear realistic and authentic to attackers. As soon as attackers attempt to use the deceptive data, illusive detects and alerts enterprise security teams, providing real-time contextual forensics from the source host that enable informed, targeted and timely incident response operations.
illusive’s technology is deployed across dozens of leading financial institutions, healthcare and insurance providers, retailers, energy and telecommunications companies in the United States, EMEA and APAC.