Remotium, a San Mateo, Calif.-based startup that helps companies manage the security risks of mobile devices, was named the Most Innovative Company at the start of the RSA Conference on Monday. The company, which has not yet raised any venture funding, was one of 10 finalists in the startup competition.
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Nok Nok Labs, which develops authentication technology for the cloud, came out of stealth today and launched its product and services. The venture-backed company was founded by CEO Phillip Dunkelberger, who previously launched encryption company PGP Corp. He founded Nok Nok in 2011 and raised a $15 million Series A round that same year from ONSET Ventures and DCM.
Securing the cloud is one of the main themes everyone is talking about this week in San Francisco at the annual RSA Conference. Asheem Chandna, a partner at Greylock Partners; Bob Ackerman, managing director at Allegis Capital, and George Hoyem, partner at In-Q-Tel, all discussed the challenges and opportunities of providing security to the cloud. [...]
For the last several months I’ve beaten the drum over cloud computing and the dozens of startups in the sector raising money. Today, another cloud-related company has joined the chorus. San Francisco-based Lookout Mobile Security, which has built a cloud-based threat network to protect mobile phone users from security threats, announced that it raised a $19.5 [...]
What if a conference held a competition for startups, but got no entries? Fortunately, the chances of that happening for Innovation Sandbox—the half-day program that showcases startups and new security solutions at the RSA Conference—are slim, according to Paula Belikove, who founded the program. Although Belikove notes that the number of entries sent in so [...]