SSW Episode27

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Featured Interview/Opening Discussion

Interview: Scott Kannry and Jason Christopher, Axio

  • What is unique about running a security startup?
  • How about moving from a services/consulting company to a product company?
  • What are some unique things investors are interested in when talking to security startups?
  • Where are the best opportunities in the market for security startups?
  • What advice do you have for those who may have an idea and want to create a security startup?
  • What are some of the most exciting security startups in the industry right now and why?
  • What advice do you have for enterprises looking at solution and considering (or not) a solution for a security startup?

Startup Stories

Michael's Stories

Paul's Stories

Startup & Security Notes of Interest

Sophos acquired invincea for $100M

Capsule8 raised $2.5M in a SEED round

Imperva acquired camouflage - undisclosed amount

The Startup Journey: Updates

Michael's Journey:

  • hockey stick growth in terms of learning and improving. I've found a way to help a lot of people get security projects unstuck...

What I published recently

Paul's Journey