The retail vertical is a major contributor to a country’s economy and it deals with selling goods to customers through various channels such as shops, small grocery stores, supermarkets, large department stores, or the internet. The retail industry is transforming and is increasingly adopting digital, social, and mobile technologies. Retailers are also required to adhere to various compliance mandates for regulatory standards, such as PCI DSS and GDPR. Retail also happens to be the most targeted by the cyber-attackers mainly because of the large payouts involved. With increasing online transactions, cloud-based applications for shopping, and presence of sensitive information of customers and retailers on the cloud platforms, this vertical is prone to cyber-attacks by fraudsters. Hence, retail organizations should secure network points that include PoS terminals, e-commerce websites, third-party vendors, employees’ access points, and increasing IoT-based devices, such as printers and security cameras.

Security as a Service Startups in Retail Quadrant

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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
      • 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 / MSSPs


  • 1

    All network traffic through StackPath, including traffic on global private networks, is encrypted by both IPSec and TLS standards. Its automated platform executes regular ping sweeps as well as port and vulnerability scans to detect unauthorized usage of protocols, ports, and services across IT infrastructure. Every StackPath service provides extensive configuration management options for establishing authentication.

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    • Startup
    • 101 to 500
  • 2

    GajShield allows organizations to decrypt SSL traffic to detect and block hidden malicious content as well as sensitive outgoing information. Its solutions protect clients from known threats by using heuristic and signature technologies. GajShield provides intricate oversight with speeds matching those of other competitive solutions, ensuring comprehensive protection without latency.

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    • Startup
    • 501 to 1,000
  • 3

    Solutions from InstaSafe enforce stringent cybersecurity inside and outside office premises. The company offers simplified multifactor authentication, a single-pane view with detailed reporting, and the freedom to use any device without compromising on security.

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    • Startup
    • Karnataka, India
    • Founded: 2012
    • Below $10 MN
    • 1 to 50
  • 4

    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
  • 5

    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
  • 6

    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
  • 7

    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
  • 8

    UnitedLayer security solutions provide DoS/DDoS detection and prevention and standard TCP/UDP port filtering on networks and firewalls. Its SIEM solutions offer advanced monitoring and alerting capabilities—in the event that suspicious activity is identified on the network, UnitedLayer will quickly alert the client within the operational service level agreement (OSLA).

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    • Startup
    • California, USA
    • Founded: 2001
    • Below $10 MN
    • 1 to 50


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