We look at cybersecurity companies that launched product or partner program updates, made significant leadership changes, raised funding, or announced acquisitions in January.
While many cybersecurity firms were among the tech industry vendors to announce layoffs recently, many in the security market had more exciting news to announce at the kickoff of 2023. An executive at rival endpoint security vendor SentinelOne.
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Meanwhile, many cybersecurity vendors have announced channel-friendly products such as Arctic Wolf, while others, such as Palo Alto Networks, have announced updates to their partner programs. Several companies have raised funding, including Snyk’s funding round from ServiceNow, but NetSPI is one of the few cybersecurity companies to announce acquisitions despite the uncertain economic environment.
Below are details on the 10 cybersecurity companies we follow that made moves in January.