Top 10: Cybersecurity brands

Top 10: Cybersecurity brands
Cyber explores some of the leading cybersecurity brands based on market cap, that are committed to tackling an ever-evolving and demanding cyber landscape

In order to stay protected in today’s digital environment, individuals and organisations alike must adopt a comprehensive approach to cybersecurity that encompasses both technical and human aspects. On the technical front, businesses need to invest in robust security solutions, including firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and data encryption tools. These tools serve as essential barriers against malicious actors and provide the first line of defence against cyberattacks.

However, technology alone is not enough to ensure complete protection. Human error remains a significant vulnerability, and organisations must invest heavily in training and educating their workforce about cybersecurity best practices.


10. Okta

Since its founding in 2009, Okta has established itself as the leading independent Identity partner for organisations worldwide. With an unwavering commitment to Customer and Workforce Identity solutions, Okta’s dedication empowers its customers to provide secure access and seamless experiences for their customers, employees, and partners. The company provides a comprehensive suite of identity and access management (IAM) solutions for enterprises, enabling them to manage and secure user authentication for applications, websites, and devices.

Gen Digital

9. Gen Digital

Gen Digital is a global software company which empowers people to live their digital lives safely, privately, and confidently today and for generations to come. Renowned for its cybersecurity solutions, Gen Digital proudly ranks among the Fortune 500 companies and the S&P 500 stock-market index. With additional development centres in Pune, Chennai, and Bangalore, Gen Digital's portfolio encompasses a diverse array of trusted brands, including Norton, Avast, LifeLock, Avira, AVG, ReputationDefender, and CCleaner.


8. Leidos

Formerly known as Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Leidos is a leading provider of scientific, engineering, systems integration, and technical services. Founded in 1969 and headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Leidos emerged as the defence industry's largest IT services provider following its merger with Lockheed Martin's Information Systems & Global Solutions in 2016. Leidos maintains extensive partnerships with the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security, the Intelligence Community, and various other U.S. government agencies, along with select commercial markets.

Check Point Software

7. Check Point Software

Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. is a leading provider of cyber security solutions to corporate enterprises and governments globally. Founded in 1993, the company has a rich history of innovation and is widely recognised for its cutting-edge security solutions. Headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel, Check Point employs over 6,000 people worldwide and serves customers in over 100 countries. The company is a trusted partner to organisations worldwide, including Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and educational institutions.


6. Akamai

Founded in 1998, Akamai has stood at the forefront of Internet innovation, and from its inception, has been driven by a singular mission: to create a safer and more connected world. The company manages a global network of servers, renting server capacity to customers operating websites or various web services. This approach aims to enhance speed and availability for end-users by utilising Akamai-owned servers positioned in closer proximity to the user.


5. Cloudflare

With a mission to help build a better internet and its expansive network of data centres and innovative technologies, Cloudflare empowers businesses, non-profits, bloggers, and individuals to operate securely and efficiently in the digital world. The company ensures the security and performance of numerous Internet properties, delivering essential features like SSL and content distribution to all websites within its network. Cloudflare's services operate discreetly in the background, ensuring the continuous operation of many websites and services.


4. Zscaler

Founded in 2007, Zscaler is a cybersecurity company that is transforming the way businesses operate. Leveraging the largest security cloud on the planet, the company anticipates, secures, and simplifies the experience of doing business, while its cloud-native Zero Trust Exchange platform accelerates digital transformation, enabling customers to be more agile, efficient, and secure. Throughout its history, Zscaler has achieved incredible growth and its mission is to create a world in which the exchange of information is always secure and seamless.


3. Fortinet

Established in 2000 by brothers Ken Xie (CEO) and Michael Xie (CTO), Fortinet is headquartered in California, USA and has emerged as a leading force shaping the cybersecurity landscape. The company is committed to fostering cybersecurity education and operates the Network Security Academy and FortiVet, a programme that recruits military veterans into the cybersecurity field. Fortinet's flagship product, the FortiGate line of firewalls, represents an advancement of the company's initial product released in 2002.


2. CrowdStrike 

As a global cybersecurity titan, CrowdStrike has revolutionised modern security with its groundbreaking cloud-native platform, safeguarding critical areas of enterprise risk. Established in 2011 with a mission to transform cybersecurity for the cloud era, CrowdStrike recognised that the nature of cybersecurity threats had evolved, while the solutions remained outdated. In response, the company developed the CrowdStrike Falcon platform which effectively detects threats and prevents breaches.

The platform is the first multi-tenant, cloud-native, and intelligent security solution capable of safeguarding workloads across on-premises, virtualised, and cloud-based environments, encompassing a diverse range of endpoints, including laptops, desktops, servers, virtual machines, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices. 

Delivered through a SaaS model, the Falcon platform offers 27 cloud modules that cater to a wide spectrum of cybersecurity needs, spanning corporate endpoint security, security and IT operations, managed security services, observability, cloud security, identity protection, threat intelligence, data protection, and cybersecurity generative AI.

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Palo Alto Networks

1. Palo Alto Networks

Palo Alto Networks is a leading cybersecurity company providing a comprehensive range of network security solutions to protect enterprises from evolving cyber threats. Founded in 2005, Palo Alto Networks first established its presence in the UK in 2009 and has since seen remarkable expansion as more customers increasingly embrace the company’s unique AI-driven cybersecurity platforms to protect their networks, cloud resources and endpoints, and run their security operations centre.

The company’s Zero Trust approach to security ensures that every digital point is protected, from users and devices to applications and data. Its products are deployed by tens of thousands of organisations worldwide, and it is a trusted partner to many of the world's leading enterprises.

Palo Alto Networks established the Cyber Threat Alliance in 2014, a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing cybersecurity through collaboration among leading companies. The alliance now comprises over 30 members, including Cisco, CheckPoint, and Juniper Networks.

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