Entries by RedSeal

RedSeal Named to JMP Securities’ Fast 50 List for Second Year in a Row

The List Recognizes the Most Strategically Positioned Private Companies in Internet Security, Storage, and Networking Industries

Sunnyvale, CA – April 4, 2016— RedSeal (redseal.net), the cybersecurity analytics company, has been named to the JMP Securities Fast 50 list of hottest privately held Internet Security, Storage and Networking companies for the second year in a row. […]

RedSeal Honored as Silver Winner in the 12th Annual 2016 Info Security PG’s Global Excellence Awards® in Network Security and Management

The security industry’s coveted Global Excellence Awards winners and finalists from all over the world were honored by Info Security Products Guide in San Francisco on February 29, 2016

Sunnyvale, CA – Mar. 11, 2016 RedSeal announced today that Info Security Products Guide, the industry’s leading information security research and advisory guide, has named the […]

Software security is no longer just an IT job

USA Today | March 4, 2016

With the security-software industry packed into San Francisco’s Moscone Center this week for its biggest annual conference, a slew of interviews has made one thing clear: The white hats have come out of the wiring closet.

RedSeal Honored as the Most Innovative Network Security Solution in the 4th Annual 2016 Cyber Defense Magazine Infosec Awards

Sunnyvale, CA, February 29th, 2016 – RedSeal (redseal.net), the cybersecurity analytics company, announced today that Cyber Defense Magazine, the industry’s leading electronic information security magazine and media partner of the RSA® Conference 2016, has named RedSeal’s cybersecurity analytics platform winner of the Most Innovative in the Network Security category.

After many months of review and […]

Senate IT official: Lawmakers need cyber education

FedScoop | February 17, 2016

Even with the best technology and processes available, more needs to be done to educate U.S. senators and their staff on why they need to take cybersecurity seriously, according to the Senate’s IT security branch manager.