Europe comprises major growing economies, such as the UK, France, and Germany. The security as a service market is likely to be witnessing tremendous growth opportunities in this region, with the major players aiming on expanding their presence in various verticals, such as retail, BFSI, and healthcare. Quite similar to North America, enterprises in Europe have been indicating a progressive growth in the implementation of security as a service solutions, due to the presence of a large number of security vendors and provision of substantial IT budgets. The growing need for strong security measures and compliance management, owing to the increase in internet usage and online applications, has made the European region more lucrative for the security as a service vendors. The European Commission has placed policies related to cloud deployment, resulting in a change in demand to companies deploying cloud-based security as a service solutions in order to meet these policies. The region is active in building agencies such as the ENISA, the European Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-EU), and Network and Information System (NIS) to upsurge the involvement of the private sector.

  • Bitglass enables data security on any device without agents for managed applications. Their cloud access security broker (CASB) solution protects data end-to-end, from any cloud app to any device. Enforce access controls, limit sharing, protect against malware, avoid data leakage, and more. Bitglass Zero-day Unmanaged App Control enables discovery, blocking, and coaching of new and unknown cloud applications. Bitglass Next-Gen CASB with Zero-day Threat Protection, powered by Cylance, combines the best of traditional signature-based malware scanning with advanced Zero-day threat protection to thwart known and unknown attacks.

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    • Startup
    • Campbell, California, US
    • Founded: 2013
    • $50BN to $100BN
    • 101 to 500
  • Their security assement report provides: Applications in use, and the potential risks to exposure, specific details on ways adversaries are attempting to breach your network and Key areas to focus upon for reducing the organisation’s risk exposure. Netsecurity Security Operations (NSOC) receives, analyses and stores security and traffic information from different sources at the customer.

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    • Startup
    • Oslo, Norway
    • Founded: 2009
    • 1 to 50
  • Airloom's cloud access security brokers (CASBs) provide information security professionals with a critical control point for the secure and compliant use of cloud services across multiple cloud providers. Many SaaS apps have limited visibility and control options, however SaaS adoption is becoming pervasive in enterprises, which exacerbates the frustration of security teams looking for visibility and control. CASB solutions fill many of the gaps in individual cloud services and allow enterprise security teams to simultaneously have control across a growing set of cloud services.

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    • Startup
    • NSW, Australia
    • Founded: 2000
    • 1 to 50
  • Aqueduct's security as a service has unique features which offer a lot of benefits to the users. These include: Deep security insights: - Threat visibility across application stack - Security content mapped to the stages of an attack - Continuously updated threat intelligence and security content - Continuous protection: 24×7 security monitoring - Expert-assisted remediation - Quick incident response - Lower total cost: Pay-as-you-go pricing model - No 24×7 staffing required - No expensive software licenses, maintenance or hardware to purchase

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    • Startup
    • Massachusetts, USA
    • Founded: 2011
    • $10BN to $50BN
    • 51 to 100
  • Obrela exposure management assesses IT components by leveraging long-term agreements that provide for annualized professional testing services. Pricing is flexible and is based on the depth, scope, and frequency of testing. Obrela risk management services make use of SWORDFISH to reduce development and deployment times for cybersecurity programs, improve context and content dissemination, and lower cybersecurity OPEX. Obrela threat management services consist of threat intelligence, threat analytics, threat detection, and threat prevention solutions that leverage shared and extensible core services and a highly scalable multi-tenant cloud infrastructure.

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    • Startup
    • London, United Kingdom
    • Founded: 2003
    • 1 to 50
  • Their Security-as-a-Service Offering enables users to comply with industry regulations such as PCI-DSS, SOX COBIT and GDPR. As part of their standard service Infinity Gate provides a web facing portal from where the users can schedule an unlimited number of scans of their IP addresses. Continuous Vulnerability Protection provides a set of standard vulnerability assessment reports that can be accessed from a secure portal via any major web browser. CyberFoundry provides the key elements to identify network threats so you can respond quickly: Highly trained security experts, they collect and monitor real-time activity in the user's network and computing environment and vulnerability scanning and reporting.

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    • Startup
    • Gjøvik, Norway
    • Founded: 2014
    • 1 to 50
  • Kisi Access Control allows users to manage doors, share and revoke access, and see door events in real time. This solution can be configured through the cloud. The Kisi Controller is tamperproof and supports cloud-based configuration.

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    • Startup
    • New York, USA
    • Founded: 2014
    • Below $10 MN
    • 1 to 50
  • Cloudbric solutions are powered by logical analysis technology and are renowned for maintaining a consistently low false-positive rate.

    • Startup
    • Seoul, South Korea
    • Founded: 2017
    • 1 to 50
  • Coronet Access Control allows users to exercise control over anything that tries to access their data and services. It offers full visibility into the security of user services and works with all popular SaaS applications. The secure analysis of its application code is based on the OWASP 10 and compliance objectives such as PCI, SSAE18 SOC1/2, and FISMA/FedRAMP.

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    • Startup
    • Tel Aviv, Israel
    • Founded: 2013
    • 1 to 50

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  • Support
    • Types of support services offered
      • Technical Support
      • Customer Support
      • Post Purchase Support
  • Feature and Functionality
    • Type of solutions offered
      • Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
      • Email Security 
      • Encryption
      • Intrusion Management
      • Vulnerability Scanning
    • Scalability
      • Organization size
    • Regulations compliance
      • PCI DSS
      • HIPAA
      • FISMA
      • GLBA
      • GDPR
    • Product Applications
      • Security as a service offerings
      • Pricing Strategy
      • Network Security
      • Endpoint Security
      • Application Security
      • Database and Cloud Security
      • Web and Email Security
  • Deployment
    • Deployment Model
      • On-Premise
      • Hosted / On-Cloud
    • Delivery Model
      • Directly
      • Through Partners / Third-Party Vendors


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