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Three security startups you should keep an eye on

Ellen Messmer | Jan. 24, 2014
Security start-ups Skyfence Networks and Zimperium made their official debut today, while another still in stealth mode, Bluebox Security, announced this week additional funding bringing it to a $27.5 million in venture capital.

If there's attack on a smartphone, such as someone trying a re-direction attack, it will be blocked.  Zimperium is charging $19.95 per device per month, with volume discounts available.

In other start-up news this week, Bluebox Security announced it received $18 million in Series B funding from investors that include Tenaya Capital, as well as existing investors Andreessen Horowitz, Sun co-founder Andreas Bechtolsheim, among others. That brings BlueBox Security, founded in 2012 by Caleb Sima, CEO and Adam Ely, COO, to a total of $27.5 million in funding just ahead of its official launch in mid-February when more details about its mobile-protection strategy, products and services will be disclosed.


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