Dasera Named Finalist for Baby Black Unicorn Awards at Black Hat 2021

Baby Black Unicorn AwardSince 1997, some of the brightest minds in the industry have come together for an immersive, multi-day event on the latest, cutting-edge technologies and cybersecurity trends. Now in its 24th year, Black Hat, the world’s leading cybersecurity conference, is going on now (Aug 4 - 5), and Dasera will be attending its first in-person event since COVID-19.

This year in particular is a unique event due to COVID-19. With extra safety precautions in place, the conversation around how companies protect their data is forced to change. Shifting to remote work has virtually dissolved the corporate perimeter and increased the threat landscape, making companies more vulnerable than ever. 

With that said, we are thrilled to announce that Dasera has been named a Finalist in our first Baby Black Unicorn Awards at Black Hat 2021. Baby Black Unicorns have the potential to reach a $1 billion dollar market valuation in 3-5 years, and Dasera is honored to have been selected among other innovative industry leaders for this prestigious award. 

This recognition is a testament to Dasera’s mission to secure the data lifecycle and protect our customers’ most valuable assets -- their data and their people. 

Find us at Black Hat and schedule a meeting with us. We’d love to meet you! 

About Cyber Defense Awards

This is Cyber Defense Magazine’s 9th year of honoring cybersecurity innovators, in this case the Black Unicorn Awards for 2021 on our Cyber Defense Awards platform. In this competition, judges for these prestigious awards includes cybersecurity industry veterans, trailblazers and market makers Gary Miliefsky of CDMG, Dr. Peter Stephenson of CDMG, Robert R. Ackerman Jr. of Allegis Cyber and David DeWalt of NightDragon with much appreciation to emeritus judge Robert Herjavec of Herjavec Group.  To see the complete list of finalists for the Black Unicorn Awards for 2021 please visit https://cyberdefenseawards.com/black-unicorn-awards-finalists-2021/



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