Our vision is a world resilient to increasing cyber threat through a focus on, and mastery of, cybersecurity fundamentals.
We boldly deliver on our promise to help organizations master cybersecurity fundamentals in a world of rapidly escalating cyber complexity and threats.
We do this by providing a cyber terrain analytics platform by which every global organization can be confident that it understands what’s on the network, how it’s connected and the associated risks. Founded in 2004, RedSeal is headquartered in San Jose, California.
Our customers are those who depend on the most sophisticated security.
More than 220 Global 2000 corporations and government agencies that depend on the most sophisticated security depend on RedSeal. Our commercial customers span the healthcare, finance, utilities, service provider, technology and retail sectors. Our government customers include large U.S. federal agencies, including the DoD, civilian, and intelligence communities. We serve global customers in North America, Europe, and Asia.
Our partners are world-class suppliers.
RedSeal partners with all of the top suppliers of network infrastructure. Our software integrates with all industry-leading security, as well as with major workflow vendors, providing our customers with a comprehensive network security solution.
In the News
Computer Weekly | August 7, 2020
We want to believe AI will revolutionise cyber security, and we’re not necessarily wrong, but it’s time for a reality check
Chief information security officers (CISOs) looking for new security partners must therefore be pragmatic when assessing what’s out there. AI is helpful, in limited use cases, to take the strain off stretched security teams, but its algorithms still have great difficulty recognising unknown attacks. It’s time for a reality check.
Supply Chain Brain | July 31, 2020
Far from slowing down cyber thieves, the coronavirus pandemic presents them with ever greater opportunities to hack into networks. You don’t have to be a cynic to expect cyber thieves to take advantage of a global health crisis. From their perspective, the time is ideal. In the confusion surrounding the lockdown, companies might indeed be letting down their guard. And employees working from home present a whole new range of possible network vulnerabilities.
On this episode, we learn about the heightened risk of cyber crime from an expert in the field: Ray Rothrock, executive chairman of RedSeal, a cyber terrain mapping company. He offers valuable advice on shoring up networks in this critical time, and explains what it means to operate in a “zero trust” environment.
Dark Reading | July 31, 2020
Security teams can learn a lot from the current pandemic to make modern hybrid business networks stronger and more resilient. Here’s how.
We all know the role social distancing plays in combating COVID-19. Most people also understand why this is our primary line of defense; it’s about slowing down the progress of the disease to prevent our healthcare defenders from being overwhelmed. Today’s network security teams live in a similar shifting landscape and need to apply these same ideas to avoid getting overwhelmed. Here are three tactics to help “social distance” your network.
Tactic 1: Focus on Flare-ups
Ray Rothrock, cybersecurity, energy, and venture investing visionary, transitions to Executive Chairman
SAN JOSE, Calif.— June 1, 2020 — RedSeal, whose award-winning cyber terrain analytics platform helps companies measurably reduce their cyber risk, announced today the appointment of Bryan Barney as Chief Executive Officer. Ray Rothrock, an initial investor in RedSeal who has […]
MedTech Breakthrough Awards selects RedSeal as best overall healthcare cybersecurity solution
SAN JOSE, Calif. — May 21, 2020 — Today RedSeal announced its cyber terrain analytics platform won the MedTech Breakthrough Award for best overall healthcare cybersecurity solution. This builds on a recent TAG Cyber study that confirms the platform – which automates cybersecurity fundamentals […]
Secure remote workforce, cyber and cloud cyber visibility assessments along with tiered service offerings ensure overtaxed network infrastructures continue to be secure
SAN JOSE, Calif.— In direct response to expanding remote work operations, today RedSeal announced five new services to help enterprises establish safe and secure environments, understand new cyber risks and ensure business continuity.
Cyber Defense Magazine | August 3, 2020
RedSeal Chief Operating Officer Julie Parrish was named to Cyber Defense Magazine’s Top 100 Women in Cybersecurity for 2020, which recognizes and honors the industry’s most respected and accomplished women in cybersecurity.
Julie Parrish has more than 30 years of experience across sales, channel management and marketing in Fortune 500 companies. Prior to joining RedSeal, Julie held CMO roles at both Check Point Software and NetApp, where she oversaw all aspects of marketing, including product, field, brand, digital, events, and both public and analyst relations.
Cyber Defense Magazine | August 3, 2020
RedSeal has been named a Winner in the Black Unicorn Awards for 2020 for the second consecutive year.
The term “Black Unicorn” signifies a cybersecurity company that has the potential to reach a $1 billion dollar market value as determined by private or public investment and these awards showcase those companies with this kind of incredible potential in the cybersecurity marketplace.
Juniper Research | July 7, 2020
Juniper Research’s Future Digital Awards, which honors the most innovative solutions for digital service providers and leading players in the market, announced their Technology & Innovation winners, named RedSeal the Platinum Winner for IoT Security Innovation of the Year in the Digital Security Innovation category.