private, open, and mixture distributed computing environments. CloudPassage is headquartered in San Francisco.
3 Awards and acknowledgment
CloudPassage was established via Carson Sweet, Talli Somekh, and Vitaliy Geraymovych in 2010. The organization utilized distributed computing and huge information investigation to execute security observing and control in a stage called Halo. CloudPassage put in a year in stealth building up the Halo innovation, leaving stealth mode to a shut beta in January 2011. In June 2012, the organization propelled the business item that included setup security checking, arrange microsegmentation, and two-factor confirmation for favored access management. By 2013, CloudPassage extended Halo to help vast undertakings with cutting edge security and consistence necessities with an item called Halo Enterprise.
The first round of endeavor subsidizing for the organization brought $6.5 million. Up in April 2012, CloudPassage raised $14 million. The financing round was driven by Tenaya Capital. In February 2014, CloudPassage declared that it had brought $25.5 million up in financing driven by Shasta Ventures. In all out, the organization has put over $30 million in its innovation and brought around $88 million up in capital.
The CloudPassage stage gives cloud outstanding task at hand security and consistence for frameworks facilitated in broad daylight or private cloud foundation situations, including half breed cloud and multi-cloud remaining task at hand facilitating models. The leader item the organization offers is called Halo. Halo anchors virtual servers out in the open, private, and mixture cloud frameworks and gives record trustworthiness checking (FIM) while likewise controlling firewall robotization, defenselessness observing, arrange get to control, security occasion alarming, and assessment. The Halo stage additionally gives security applications, for example, advantaged get to administration, programming helplessness examining, multifaceted validation, and log-based IDS.
In December 2013, CloudPassage set up six servers with Microsoft Windows and Linux working frameworks and mixes of prevalent projects and welcomed programmers to endeavor to hack into the servers. The best prize was $5,000 and the triumphant programmer was a beginner that finished the errand in four hours. CloudPassage customized the servers to utilize essential default security settings to indicate how powerless distributed computing projects can be to security threats.
Grants and acknowledgment
In May 2011, Gigaom named CloudPassage in its rundown of the Top 50 Cloud Innovators. That equivalent month, eWeek perceived CloudPassage as one of 16 Hot Startup Companies Flying Under the Radar.
SC Magazine named CloudPassage an Industry Innovator in the Virtualization and Cloud Security classification in 2012. Also in 2012, The Wall Street Journal named CloudPassage a sprinter up in the Information Security class of its Technology Innovation Awards.
The CloudPassage extensive scale security program, Halo, won Best Security Solution in 2014 at the SIIA Codie grants