These are some of the companies you should be watching at RSA based on CB Insights' predictive Mosaic scores.

With the RSA Conference starting later this month, we thought it would be useful to determine which of the thousands of exhibitors at the annual cybersecurity event have the most momentum going into the show.

We scraped the exhibitor page on the event website and used our company upload tool to put it through the CB Insights database, which found matches for 300+ companies. We then used our Mosaic algorithm, which tracks the health of private companies, to rank the 10 companies that you should be talking to at the conference.

If you want information on these and other 303 RSA 2016 attendees, we made a publicly available list on CB Insights called “RSA Exhibitors 2016″ that you can check out by signing up for a free trial.

The list is also available in Excel form under the “Research” tab in Analytics & Research. You’ll be able to see each companies performance, funding, and investors among other important information.

 

1. Malwarebytes

Malwarebytes

Malwarebytes provides software designed to protect consumers and businesses against malicious threats that often escape detection by other antivirus software. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Pro, the company’s flagship product, employs a behavior-based detection engine. The company claims it has removed more than 5 billion malicious threats from computers worldwide.

Select Investors: Fidelity Investments, Highland Capital Partners

Total Disclosed Equity Financing: $80M

 


2. Okta

okta

 

Okta, formerly known as SaaSure, is an integrated identity management and mobility management service that securely connects people to their applications from any device, anywhere, at anytime. It’s one of the cybersecurity companies on our unicorn list.

Select Investors: Floodgate, Greylock Partners, Khosla Ventures

Total Disclosed Equity Funding: $228M

 


3. AlienVault

AlienVault

AlienVault uses its Unified Security Management (USM) platform to provide all of the essential security information and controls required to detect and prevent threats, and is designed to enable any IT or security practitioner to benefit from results on day one.

Select Investors: Intel Capital, GGV Capital, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Trident Capital

Total Disclosed Equity Funding: $116M

 


4. Duo Security

duosecurity

Duo Security’s two-factor authentication can be quickly deployed to protect users, data, and applications from breaches, credential theft, and account takeover.

Select Investors: Benchmark Capital, Google Ventures, True Ventures

Total Disclosed Equity Funding: $49M

 


5. CrowdStrike

crowdstrike

CrowdStrike Falcon is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) based platform that detects, prevents, and responds to attacks, at any endpoint — even malware-free intrusions.

Select Investors: Google Capital, Accel Partners, Warburg Pincus

Total Disclosed Equity Funding: $156M

 


6. OneLogin

onelogin

OneLogin provides a cloud-based identity and access management (IAM) solution that offers simple single sign-on (SSO), making it easier for companies to secure and manage access to web applications both in the cloud and behind a firewall.

Select Investors: Social Capital, Scale Venture Partners, CRV

Total Disclosed Equity Funding: $40M

 


7. Carbon Black

carbon black

Carbon Black continuously records and centrally retains all endpoint activity, making it easy to track an attacker’s every action, instantly scope every incident, unravel entire attacks, and determine root causes. Carbon Black also offers a range of prevention options so organizations can match their endpoint defense to their business needs.

Select Investors: Sequoia Capital, Highland Capital Partners, Accomplice

Total Disclosed Equity Funding: $189M

 


8. Cylance

Cylance

Through a security process called Presponse, Cylance couples the understanding of a hacker’s mentality with algorithmic intelligence and best practices to be  predictive and preventive against advanced threats. Cylance offerings deliver on prevention through Infinity, a non-behavioral platform which identifies “good” from “bad” and blocks known and unknown attacks by applying advanced mathematical analysis and machine learning on massive amounts of data.

Select Investors: Dell Ventures, DFJ Growth Fund, Ten Eleven Ventures

Total Disclosed Equity Funding: $77M

 


9. ForeScout Technologies

forescout

ForeScout offers Global 2000 enterprises and government organizations the ability to see devices, including non-traditional devices, the instant they connect to the network. Equally important, ForeScout lets users control these devices and orchestrate information sharing and operation among disparate security tools to accelerate incident response.

Select Investors: Intel Capital, Wellington Management, Aspects Ventures

Total Disclosed Equity Funding: $127M

 


10. Sumo Logic

Sumo LogicSumo Logic is a secure cloud-based machine data analytics service. Proactive analytics improve reliability of mission-critical applications with deep visibility across DevOps, IT ops, and compliance and security environments. The service claims easy setup and scalability while reducing cost and complexity.

Select Investors: Sequoia Capital, Greylock Partners, Institutional Venture Partners

Total Disclosed Equity Financing: $161M

 

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