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Bengaluru-based startup Seconize helps global enterprises assess cyber security compliance

Bengaluru-based startup Seconize helps global enterprises assess cyber security compliance

Security is a vastly complex subject and only the largest organizations can spend a fortune to stop threats in the digital age. Risk management is the process of identifying, assessing, and responding to risk. Companies invest in application security, network security, database security, and endpoint security. Three-year-old Bengaluru-based startup Seconize uses risk management processes to enable organizations to prioritize decisions regarding cybersecurity. 

Seconizenow offers a SaaS product DeRisk Centre that looks at all the asset types of the company and provides a unified view of the security. The startup was founded by Chethan Anand and Sashank Dara in 2017.They both were working for Cisco when they met. While at Cisco, both began interacting to discuss security-related aspects of some of the products that Chethan was working on.

Seconize “DeRisk Center” is an automated and continuous cyber risk and compliance management SaaS product that proactively identifies weak points in the enterprise IT infrastructure and applications.  It helps organizations understand their security posture and exposure resulting from their digital assets. It prioritizes the risks based on the impact so that optimal investments can be made to minimize exposure.

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