Allure Security

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Allure Security is a provider of Data Loss Detection and Response technology that tracks and protects documents inside and outside the enterprise walls. With its flagship product Novo, users can detect data breaches earlier, stop data loss in real time, and reduce the cost and time of post-incident investigations.

HQWaltham, US
Employee Ratings4.8

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2019)12

Key People/Management at Allure Security

Mark Jaffe

Mark Jaffe

Salvatore Stolfo

Salvatore Stolfo

John Sullivan

John Sullivan

VP of Sales
Jonathan Wolf

Jonathan Wolf

VP of Products
Shlomo Hershkop

Shlomo Hershkop

Director of Engineering
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Allure Security Office Locations

Allure Security has an office in Waltham
Waltham, US (HQ)
200 5th Ave
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Allure Security Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date


Allure Security total Funding

$5.3 m

Allure Security latest funding size

$5.30 m

Time since last funding

a year ago

Allure Security investors

Allure Security's latest funding round in January 2018 was reported to be $5.3 m. In total, Allure Security has raised $5.3 m
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Allure Security News and Updates

Allure Security Introduces Data Loss Risk Monitoring for Critical Visibility into Microsoft Office365 Activity

BOSTON, May 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Allure Security, the data loss detection and response company, now offers data loss risk monitoring for Microsoft Office365, OneDrive, Sharepoint, and Teams. The Allure platform continuously watches and analyzes log activity, extends visibility even...

Deception Technology Global Market 2019: Key Players – Javelin Networks, Allure Security Technology, Attivo Networks, CyberTrap, Cymmetria

Wiseguyreports.Com adds “Deception Technology Market –Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Analysis of Top Key Players and Forecast to 2025” To Its Research Database. Posted via Industry Today. Follow us on Twitter @IndustryToday

Allure Security Blogs

Cloud File Sharing: Uncover Unknown Risk

The relentless move by enterprises to cloud storage comes at a price: a lack of visibility. Although all cloud storage providers log (almost) all actions by users with access credentials, tracking capabilities and log analysis is limited. This is especially true after a document is downl…

Canary Tokens Versus Patented Decoy Documents

Detecting early-stage data theft activity can be the difference between losing mission-critical data and stopping an attacker in his or her tracks. Research has shown that detecting attackers in the early stages of execution – ultimately, reducing the dwell time of a potential attack – i…

How the FBI Used A “Booby-Trapped” Document to Foil an Attacker

A recent story in Vice’s Motherboard section detailed how a cybercriminal, who had been using fake documents to swindle a company out of large sums of money, was pursued by the FBI. The cybercriminal had posed as the company’s CEO via email, sending a convincing request to the corporat…

Try the Free Allure Beaconizer: Track Docs, Detect and Respond to Breaches, Identify Attackers

Using the Allure Beaconizer, users can upload documents to be beaconized for free with Allure’s patented, award-winning technology. Once beaconized, the documents will send alerts with proprietary telemetry for 90 days, whenever they are opened, no matter where they travel. Signal is g…

ESG Infographic: Securing Sensitive Data in the Cloud

ESG recently conducted a survey aimed at better understanding the data security challenges organizations are facing as they migrate sensitive data to the cloud. Findings show that many are moving data to the cloud faster than they can secure it, and have concerns about their abilities to…

Enterprise Cloud Migration is Continuing -- With or Without Security

According to a new survey conducted by ESG, 75% of organizations reported that they believe that at least 20% of their sensitive data stored in public clouds is insufficiently secured. Also, 81% of those surveyed believe that on-premise data security is more mature than public cloud data…
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Allure Security Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Allure Security founded?

    Allure Security was founded in 2011.

  • Who are Allure Security key executives?

    Allure Security's key executives are Mark Jaffe, Salvatore Stolfo and John Sullivan.

  • How many employees does Allure Security have?

    Allure Security has 12 employees.

  • Who are Allure Security competitors?

    Competitors of Allure Security include, CybelAngel and Uplevel Security.

  • Where is Allure Security headquarters?

    Allure Security headquarters is located at 200 5th Ave, Waltham.

  • Where are Allure Security offices?

    Allure Security has an office in Waltham.

  • How many offices does Allure Security have?

    Allure Security has 1 office.