Big50-2017 Group 2 Vote

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****Top 24 from Group 2 move on to round 2****


  1. Adlumin

Founded: 2016

CEO: Robert S. Johnston

What they do: Detect and stop identity-based attacks.


  1. Alooma

Founded: 2013

CEO: Yoni Broyde

What they do: Offer a “data pipeline” service.


  1. Aqua Security

Founded: 2015

CEO: Dror davidoff

What they do: “Enable enterprises to secure their virtual container environments from development to production.”


  1. Arcadia Data

Founded: 2012

CEO: Sushil Thomas

What they do: Provide “visual [data] analytics software.”


  1. Bitglass

Founded: 2013

CEO: Nat Kausik

What they do: Provide a security solution that delivers “visibility over corporate data in the cloud and on any device.”


  1. Booster Fuels

Founded: 2014

CEO: Frank Mycroft

What they do: Provide an app that “saves working people a trip to the gas station by allowing them to use an app to have their cars safely filled in the office parking lot as a company perk (with no additional fees) while they work.”


  1. CloudCherry

Founded: 2014

CEO: Vinod Muthukrishnan

What they do: Offer a “Voice of Customer (VOC) platform” that helps brands track, measure, and improve customer experiences.


  1. CloudVelox

Founded: 2012

CEO: Raj Dhingra

What they do: Develop software that automates many of the manual processes required to migrate workloads into the cloud and protect them post-migration.


  1. Cybric

Founded: 2015

CEO: Ernesto DiGiambattista

What they do: Provide a Security-as-a-Service platform.


  1. Cylance

Founded: 2012

CEO: Stuart McClure

What they do: Develop AI-powered anti-malware protections.


  1. DefinedCrowd

Founded: 2015

CEO: Daniela Braga

What they do: They are developing an “intelligent data platform for AI.”


  1. Doxly

Founded: 2016

CEO: Haley Altman

What they do: Provide software that securely automates corporate legal transaction workflows.


  1. Fond

Founded: 2012

CEO: Taro Fukuyama

What they do: Develop “employee engagement products” that are designed so companies can customize “rewards, recognition, perks, and sentiment measurement programs for maximum impact.”


  1. Heptio

Founded: 2016

CEO: Craig McLuckie

What they do: From the founders of the Kubernetes project, Heptio “bridges the gap between enterprise IT and the emerging world of cloud native computing.”


  1. Igneous Systems

Founded: 2013

CEO: Kiran Bhageshpur

What they do: Provide an Infrastructure-as-a-Service platform designed for storing, backing up, and archiving massive file systems.


  1. MapVida

Founded: 2015

CEO: Mike Mauseth

What they do: Build “similarity neighborhood models to help consumers and businesses to save time and money.”


  1. Nyotron

Founded: 2012

CEO: Nir Gaist

What they do: Develop cyber-security technology that can “proactively detect, prevent, respond to, and analyze threats, known or unknown, regardless of the type of attack; who generated it; or how, where or when the attack penetrated the organization.”

  1. Onfleet

Founded: 2012

CEO: Khaled Naim

What they do: Offer a SaaS platform that provides “last-mile delivery management for on-demand and ecommerce customers.”

  1. Osprey Security

Founded: 2016

CEO: Rohit Anabheri

What they do: Provide a “real-time endpoint threat detection and prevention platform against sophisticated attackers and malware.”


  1. Seal Software

Founded: 2010

CEO: Ulf Zetterberg

What they do: Automate the way organizations “find contracts, extract terms, provisions, and clauses, and presents that information to users to reduce costs, increase revenues, manage risk, and make better decisions.”


  1. Seceon

Founded: 2015

CEO: Chandra Pandey

What they do: They are developing a cyber-security solution that stops cyber-threats from inflicting damage “through surgical containment and elimination and to predict insider attacks through behavioral threat detection modeling and machine learning.”


  1. Snowflake Computing

Founded: 2012

CEO: Bob Muglia

What they do: Provide cloud-based data warehousing services.


  1. suitX

Founded: 2012

CEO: Dr. Homayoon Kazerooni

What they do: Build “modular, affordable exoskeletons to help people with disabilities regain their mobility, and to help workers avoid repetitive stress injury on the job.”


  1. Syncurity

Founded: 2014

CEO: John Jolly

What they do: Provide an incident-response platform that “integrates people, processes, and technology to effectively and efficiently address cybersecurity issues and realize better cybersecurity outcomes.”


  1. Tamr

Founded: 2012

CEO: Andy Palmer

What they do: Offer an “enterprise-scale data unification platform that connects, cleans, and unifies data from hundreds, or thousands, of disparate silos.”


  1. Torchlight

Founded: 2012

CEO: Adam Goldberg

What they do: Offer an online platform to support “employees that are parents of special needs children and to support employees who are caregivers of elderly family members with the tools and information they need to care for their loved ones.”


  1. TrapX Security

Founded: 2011

CEO: Greg Enriquez

What they do: Provide a cyber-security tool that “uses deception technology to entrap attackers while protecting organizations from data breaches when traditional security solutions have failed.”


  1. Trifacta

Founded: 2012

CEO: Adam Wilson

What they do: Build “data wrangling” software that “enhances the value of an enterprise’s Big Data by enabling users to easily transform and enrich raw, complex data into clean and structured formats for analysis.”


  1. Uplevel Security

Founded: 2014

CEO: Liz Maida

What they do: Help clients “see the big picture by connecting security alerts with past institutional knowledge and historical attack data, present threat intelligence and open source information, and future predictions based on analysis of known findings, allowing organizations to expedite every step of the response lifecycle.”


  1. Velocidi

Founded: 2010

CEO: David Dunne

What they do: Help “brands and agencies harness their data . . . to gain actionable insights into marketing performance.”


  1. Verato

Founded: 2012

CEO: Mark LaRow

What they do: Provide an identity resolution and matching platform.


  1. Veriflow

Founded: 2013

CEO: James Brear

What they do: Provide a network verification platform that “predicts network behavior and works to eliminate network outages and vulnerabilities.”


  1. Viptela

Founded: 2014

CEO: Praveen Akkiraju

What they do: Provide SD-WAN (Software-Defined Wide Area Networking) services.


  1. Workato

Founded: 2013

CEO: Vijay Tella

What they do: Offer a business automation and integration platform.


  1. ZeroStack

Founded: 2014

CEO: Ajay Gulati

What they do: Provide on-demand private clouds delivered as a managed service.





****Top 24 from Group 2 move on to round 2****