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36 Cybersecurity Companies Named To The 2019 Inc. 5000 List

Who’s who by rank, growth, revenue, and location

Steve Morgan, Editor-in-Chief

Sausalito, Calif. – Aug. 21, 2019

Last week, Inc. announced its hotly anticipated 2019 Inc. 5000, an annual guide to the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the U.S.

Our managing editor, Di Freeze, compiled a list of the 36 cybersecurity companies that appear in the guide. These hot players are definitely ones to watch in 2020. And they all have a lot of headroom for growth in the trillion-dollar cybersecurity market.

Cybersecurity Companies

The Inc. 5000 cybersecurity companies in rank order — with company name, annual growth (%), revenues, and location:

#47 – Netizen, 5,638%, $6.3 million, Allentown, Pa.

#88 –  Cisoshare, 3,623%, $3.9 million, San Juan Capistrano, Calif.

#134 – Exabeam, 2,679%, $38.8 million, San Mateo, Calif.

#161 – KnowBe4, 2,370% , $72.3 million, Clearwater, Fla.



#421 – Kisi Security, 1,093%, $2.8 million, Brooklyn, N.Y.

#434 – Kenna Security, 1,045%, $13.2 million, San Francisco, Calif.           

#467 – Point3 Security, 966%, $5.8 million, Perry Hall, Md.   

#664 – Satelles, 658%, $5 million, Herndon, Va.          

#920 – Skynet Integrations, 461%, $2 million, Tampa, Fla.                

#1000 – Home View Technologies, 424%, $16.5 million, Orem, Utah                      

#1054 – GreyCastle Security, 398%, $9.2 million, Troy, N.Y.

#1110 – EnableIT, 377%, $21.9 million, New York, N.Y.                    

#1173 – Lastline, 353%, $20.1 million, Redwood City, Calif.  

#1361 – Binary Defense, 304%, $8.1 million, Stow, Ohio       

#1555 – Ops Tech Alliance, 267%, $4.4 million, Bowie, Md.  

#1799 – Venza, 226%, $3.8 million, Roswell, Ga.        

#1987 –DirectDefense, 202%, $10.3 million, Englewood, Colo.        

#2107 – Acmetek Global Solutions, 191%, $6.4 million, Frisco, Texas        

#2126 – GuidePoint Security, 189%, $321.4 million, Herndon, Va.   

#2254 – Praetorian, 179%, $12.4 million, Austin, Texas         

#2338 – Integrated Biometrics, 172%, $15.4 million, Spartanburg, S.C.      

#2625 – ThreatConnect, 148%, $23.3 million, Arlington, Va. 

#2880 – TWG Security, 130%, $4 million, Emmaus, Pa.

#3014 – SiteLock, 123%, $48.7 million, Scottsdale, Ariz.        

#3134 – Nuspire, 117%, $31.2 million, Commerce, Mich.       

#3260 – Convergint, 111%, $990.6 million, Schaumberg, Ill. 

#3664 – Mosaic451, 95%, $21.2 million, Phoenix, Ariz.          

#3803 – Rapid Web Services, 88%, $14 million, Saint Petersburg, Fla.      

#4012 – Infogressive, 81%, $3.7 million, Lincoln, Neb.

#4021 – Simeio Solutions, 81%, $51.5 million, Atlanta, Ga.   

#4126 – Malwarebytes, 77%, $126.2 million, Santa Clara, Calif.

#4283 –Cook Security Group, 72%, $67.1 million, Portland, Ore.     

#4545 – Rendition Infosec, 64%, $2 million, Augusta, Ga.     

#4766 – Secure Ideas, 59%, $2.8 million, Jacksonville, Fla.  

#4804 –Tapestry Technologies, 58%, $25.4 million, Chambersburg, Pa.    

#4865 – SecureStrux, 56% $4 million, Arlington, Va.    

This list is a subset of Inc.’s “security” category, which indicates a primary focus on security. There may be additional Inc. 5000 companies (not listed above) with a secondary focus on cybersecurity products and services – in other Inc. categories such as “computer hardware,”, “IT services,” and “software.”

Stay tuned for Cybersecurity Ventures’ own list, the 2019 / 2020 edition of the Cybersecurity 500, which is being announced at the FutureCon cybersecurity conference in Boston, Mass. on Oct. 9, 2019.

Steve Morgan is founder and Editor-in-Chief at Cybersecurity Ventures.

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