Noname Security Stock

nonamesecurity.comEnterprise Software / CybersecurityFounded: 2020Funding to Date: $220MM

Noname Security is an API security platform that proactively secures its users environment from API security vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, and design flaws and prrotects APIs from attacks in real-time with automated detection and response. This company was founded by Oz Golan and Shay Levi 2020 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, CA.

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Management Team

Oz Golan
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Shay Levi
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Michael Baker
Chief Revenue Officer

Board Members

Gili Raanan
Guru Chahal
Dan Burns
Thomas Krane
Michael Robinson

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News Highlights

Noname Security integrates with Swimlane, Tines and Palo Alto Networks for enhanced API security
Security startup Noname Security has announced integrations with Swimlane, Tines, and Palo Alto Networks to enhance API security. The integrations aim to automate and streamline security incident response processes, improving threat detection and visibility. Noname's report found that 78% of security professionals experienced an API security incident in the past year, despite 94% expressing confidence in their application testing tools. The new integrations offer enhanced threat protection, streamlined incident response, and improved visibility and reporting.
Noname Security Extends Reach of API Security Platform
"Noname Security has extended the reach of its platform for securing application programming interfaces (APIs), adding customization, visualization, inventory capabilities, and support for Kubernetes. The company aims to simplify the integration of their platform within application environments that use custom APIs, including cloud-native applications based on microservices. This move is designed to strengthen API security amid increasing cyber threats.
The Gately Report: Noname Security Expects SEC Rule Changes to Increase Sales
Noname Security expects that the new rules by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which require public companies to disclose material cybersecurity incidents within four days, will increase sales. The company believes these regulations will prompt more discussions about cyber readiness and investment in new technologies, leading to increased business for firms like Noname Security.
Updated on: Apr 17, 2024


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