RevBits Named Winner as Top 100 Cybersecurity Startup for 2020
During Black Hat USA 2020, RevBits Named a Top 100 Winner in this Prestigious Awards Category Exclusively for Cybersecurity Startups
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MINEOLA, N.Y., Aug. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ - REVBITS, a provider of a complete suite of security solutions, today announced that is has been named a Top 100 Cybersecurity Startup for 2020.
RevBits competed against many of the industry's hot startups in cybersecurity for this prestigious award. Cyber Defense Magazine searched the globe and found over 3200 cybersecurity companies with nearly 30% in the startup range having been incorporated within the last 36 months or releasing their first round of innovative cybersecurity products and services.
"We're pleased to name RevBits as a winner among the Top 100 Cybersecurity Startups for 2020 in our second annual Black Unicorn awards. This award showcases those companies like RevBits with this kind of incredible potential in the cybersecurity marketplace," said Judges Robert R. Ackerman Jr. of www.allegiscyber.com, David DeWalt of www.nightdragon.com and Gary Miliefsky of www.cyberdefensemediagroup.com
"We are honored to be recognized by Cyber Defense Magazine as a Top 100 Cybersecurity Startup. As the threat level in the cyberspace continues to rise with an alarming increase in the number of companies compromised and hacked, it has become crystal clear that mainstream solutions are failing to provide adequate protection," said David Schiffer, CEO "That is why we are confident that our full suite of solutions will greatly reduce clients' exposure and losses worldwide, while providing more protection and actionable information about their networks."
Established in 2018, RevBits is an innovative cybersecurity company that is dedicated to providing their customers with superior protection based on expert knowledge. RevBits is headquartered on Long Island, NY, with offices in Mineola, NY, Princeton, NJ, Boston, MA and Antwerp, Belgium.
About Cyber Defense Awards
This is Cyber Defense Magazine's 8th year of honoring cybersecurity innovators, in this case the Black Unicorn Awards for 2020 on our Cyber Defense Awards platform. In this competition, judges for these prestigious awards includes cybersecurity industry veterans, trailblazers and market makers Gary Miliefsky of CDMG, Robert R. Ackerman Jr. of Allegis Cyber and David DeWalt of NightDragon with much appreciation to emeritus judge Robert Herjavec of Herjavec Group. To see the complete list of Top 100 Cybersecurity Startups for 2020
About Cyber Defense Magazine
Cyber Defense Magazine was founded in 2012 by Gary S. Miliefsky, globally recognized cyber security thought leader, inventor and entrepreneur and continues to be the premier source of IT Security information. We are managed and published by and for ethical, honest, passionate information security professionals. Our mission is to share cutting-edge knowledge, real-world stories and awards on the best ideas, products and services in the information technology industry. We deliver electronic magazines every month online for free, and limited print editions exclusively for the RSA, BlackHat and IPEXPO conferences and our limited edition paid reprint subscribers. Learn more about us at Cyber Defense Magazine is a proud member of the Cyber Defense Media Group.
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