Vote for your favorite startups in Group 3. The top 24 startups will move on to round 2 of the Big50-2017 startup competition.
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Vote closes: 5 PM PT, Monday, June 5, 2017
****Top 24 from Group 3 move on to round 2****
CEO: Dimitri Stilliadis
What they do: Provide white-list-based security that is “decoupled from network details.”
Founder: Sharif Youssef
What they do: Provide Big Data tools.
CEO: Rod Buscher
What they do: Offer a “mobile app that allows anyone to buy, sell, and finance cars themselves with the snap of a photo.”
CEO: Dr. Rao Papolu
What they do: Offer “continuous security assessments and remediation across hybrid environments.”
CEO: Matthew Zeiler
What they do: Develop visual recognition AI that helps businesses build apps that can do such things as automatically tag, organize, and search visual content.
CEO: Dr. Christine Podilchuk
What they do: Provide “deep-learning/AI software that improves the accuracy of breast cancer screenings, reduces unnecessary biopsies and makes quality care more accessible to women worldwide.”
CEO: Fred Kneip
What they do: Provide a global, Third-Party Cyber-Risk-Management (TPCRM) exchange.
CEO: Gregory Eddy
What they do: Design robots.
CEO: Pablo Garcia
What they do: Develop cyber-security products.
President: Brian Park
What they do: Provides an equity crowdfunding platform.
CEO: Amit Bendov
What they do: Provide a “conversation intelligence platform” that helps “sales and marketing teams close more deals by leveraging AI and machine learning technology to recognize patterns from thousands of hours of spoken sales conversations.”
CEO: Kevin O’Brien
What they do: Provide enterprises with “cloud-native protection against message-based threats, driven by machine learning and automated response capabilities.”
CEO: Pavel Gurvich
What they do: Provide “real-time detection and response for data centers and clouds by using multiple detection methods, including dynamic deception; deploying granular policy and compliance controls; and maintaining visibility, even during complex cloud migrations.”
CEO: Sashi Kumar
What they do: Provide “Digital Transformation service for enterprises,” including “big data analytics, internet of things, mobility, cloud, security, and unified communications.”
CEO: Janet Kosloff
What they do: Provide a “mobile micro-survey methodology and analytics engine” that enables clients to reach targeted physicians and healthcare stakeholders to gain their feedback in real-time to help life science organizations move treatments to market, faster.
CEO: Karen Frame
What they do: Provide a platform that helps brands interact with “health and lifestyle shoppers.”
CEO: Charlie Sander
What they do: Build Cloud Security software that gives companies visibility into how data is stored, access, and shared in cloud applications, including Google G Suite and Office 365.
CEO: Brad Walters
What they do: Provide wireless sensors that deliver “secure, real-time information on how assets, buildings, and processes” are being managed and maintained.
CEO: Gil Ronen
What they do: Develop technology that “assembles genomes of even the most complex species.”
CEO: Scott Howser
What they do: Automate prescriptive analytics to build “accurate and actionable models that enable “business users to do the work of data scientists.”
Note: on May 23, Nutonian was acquired by a DataRobot, a startup founded in 2012 that has raised $120 million in VC funding.
CEO: Alon Werber
What they do: Develop automated sports filming and production software.
CEO: Tim Grace
What they do: Use machine learning to protect against fraud.
CEO: Murli Thirumale
What they do: Automate the deployment and operation of “container data services at scale and allow users to manage any database or stateful service running on any infrastructure.”
CEO: Ben Corrado
What they do: Provide a “chip-to-cloud IoT [platform] that gives customers a way to securely manage and update low-power wireless devices at scale.”
CEO: Pavan Kumar Thatha
What they do: Provide protection against bots and web scraping.
CEO: Don Jaworski
What they do: Provide hybrid cloud storage for enterprises.
CEO: Matthew Riley
What they do: They’re developing an online “search-and-discovery” tool that leverages “AI, machine learning and natural language processing technologies to improve the overall search experience.”
CEO: Greg Topel
What they do: Offer a technology “capable of disrupting the smooth glass on touch displays, simulating real touch.”
CEO: Tom Sosnoff & Kristi Ross
What they do: Develops financial content and technology.
CEO: Jonathan Rimon
What they do: Provide “developers, cameras, and brands with a software development kit (SDK) of computer vision and AR technologies that increases platform users’ retention and engagement.”
CEO: Hiro Yoshikawa
What they do: Provide a platform that “overcomes the messy pre-existing tech, IT, and business workflow barriers, so employees can gain access and insights from the most telling customer data in order to make swift, accurate, and informed decisions.”
Founders: Natan Linder & Rony Kubat
What they do: Develop a “manufacturing app engine.”
CEO: Timothy Eades
What they do: Provide data center and cloud security.
CEO: Paul Myer
What they do: Provide enterprise-class security through a “centralized command center for industrial control systems (ICS). Leveraging SDN technologies, Veracity gives industrial operators complete situational awareness for asset identification and management, client-defined security zones, and threat-based incident response in near real-time.”
CEO: Nelson Nahum
What they do: Offer scalable, elastic enterprise Storage-as-a-Service, which is available on-premises and in the cloud.
Top 24 from Group 3 move on to round 2****