Network World has just released its 10 Security Start-ups to Watch report and Distil Networks has made the list. Distil Networks and the other recipients were chosen because of their “fresh approaches to fighting malware and cyber-espionage or combatting the insider threat through network monitoring.”
In the article, Network World says, “Distil Networks is all about bot detection and protecting websites that get bombarded with comment spam, click fraud and content stealing.” The article goes on to spotlight Distil’s approach to combatting bots through “inspect(ing) a flow-through of the customer’s website traffic to detect and block botnet activity.”
To read the entire Network World article, click here.
We are honored that Network World, one of the world’s most respected industry publications, chose to include us in their list of 10 Security Start-ups to Watch. We are proud of what we have accomplished as a company in a relatively short time and to be recognized for our achievements is validation of the hard work put forth each and every day by our staff. 2014 has already been a very eventful year at Distil Networks. We recently blocked our 10-billionth bad bot, secured $10 million in funding, released our inaugural Bad Bot Landscape Report, made the the Online Trust Alliance (OTA) 2014 Online Trust Honor Roll, opened new offices in Raleigh and San Francisco, and now have received this latest recognition from Network World.
If the first half of 2014 is any indication, Distil Networks is in for a momentous year.
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Courtney Brady is the Director of Marketing at Distil Networks. She comes to Distil Networks from a variety of start-up companies, routed in SaaS and DaaS solutions. Formerly the global communications manager at multiple companies, Courtney is responsible for developing the company’s marketing strategy and branding campaign.Follow on Twitter More Content by Courtney Brady