The 121 companies, VCs, corporate investors, and acquirers defining the cybersecurity industry.
Cybersecurity startups have seen an investment slowdown through the first half of this year. However, five out of the nine private company unicorns in cybersecurity reached their $1B+ valuations last year, and corporations and their corporate venture arms, including Intel Capital, are increasingly investing in the space. Of the most active investors in cybersecurity, Andreessen Horowitz has backed the most unicorns since 2012, with four.
Despite the slowdown, cybersecurity is still seeing some mega-rounds of funding. Cylance, an artificial intelligence and machine learning cybersecurity company, secured a $100M series D investment in June, and became the only new cybersecurity unicorn to emerge so far in 2016.
We put together a periodic table of cybersecurity to spotlight the top startups, industry categories, investors, and exits.Read Complete Article