RunSafe Security

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RunSafe Security is a company that develops cybersecurity products for critical infrastructure. It provides Alkemist, which uses remotely deployable binary runtime application self-protection (RASP) and moving target defense (MTD) methods to immunize organizations from cyber attacks. Alkemist prevents common exploit techniques, including memory corruption attacks, return/jump oriented programming attacks, compromised hardware and software supply chain attacks, and scaling of zero-day attacks. The company offers solutions for data centers, energy and utilities, communications, automotive, healthcare, manufacturing, military, and other sectors.
TypePrivate
Founded2015
HQMcLean, VA, US
Websiterunsafesecurity.com

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Employees (est.) (Nov 2021)20
Cybersecurity ratingCMore
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Key People/Management at RunSafe Security

Joe Saunders

Joe Saunders

Founder and CEO, Director
Doug Britton

Doug Britton

Chief Technology Officer, Director
Shane Fry

Shane Fry

VP, Security Engineering
Nick Rea

Nick Rea

VP, Market Development
Dave Salwen

Dave Salwen

VP, Public Sector
Bill Stulb

Bill Stulb

President and COO, Spectrum Comm
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RunSafe Security Office Locations

RunSafe Security has an office in McLean
McLean, VA, US (HQ)
1775 Tysons Blvd
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RunSafe Security Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2015

RunSafe Security total Funding

$13.5 m

RunSafe Security latest funding size

$3.5 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

RunSafe Security investors

RunSafe Security's latest funding round in March 2020 was reported to be $3.5 m. In total, RunSafe Security has raised $13.5 m
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RunSafe Security Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

C

79/100

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RunSafe Security Online and Social Media Presence

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RunSafe Security News and Updates

Join us on June 10th to learn how the world’s top #SaaS companies

Join us on June 10th to learn how the world’s top #SaaS companies are implementing #runtime protections and monitoring into their #opensource software infrastructure. Jonathan Fishbeck from EstateSpace, Christine Ray from Unqork, and Aaron Smith from Savi will be joining RunSafe's CEO Joe Saunders.

RunSafe Security Blogs

The Ransomware Threat: Reflections from the Billington Cybersecurity Summit

The Ransomware Threat   RunSafe Security founder and CEO Joe Saunders recently sat down with an expert panel for the Billington Cybersecurity Summit. The event featured three days of high-level networking and knowledge-sharing to advocate the cyber mission in the U.S. government and among allied cou…

RunSafe adds World-Class Cyber Protection Available for Rocky Linux Users

RunSafe Security, in partnership with CIQ, now provides the most advanced cybersecurity protection tools available for users of Rocky Linux. RunSafe Security’s patented Alkemist technology gives users the tools to defeat cyber attacks using cyber hardening technologies and is now integrated within C…

How to Address Threats with Security Monitoring

It's clear from the recent attacks on big business that cybercriminals are escalating their attacks and exposing our weaknesses. From malware to ransomware, malicious actors are finding their way through our defenses.

An Embedded Devices “Doomsday” is Upon Us: How to Prevent Jackware

It’s no secret that despite our best efforts to eliminate exploits in today’s enterprise applications and software, they’re still finding a way in. In order to begin fighting these exploits and immunizing your software, the first place to start is identifying their avenues of attack.

How to Harness the Power of Software Security Monitoring

It’s no secret that despite our best efforts to eliminate exploits in today’s enterprise applications and software, they’re still finding a way in. In order to begin fighting these exploits and immunizing your software, the first place to start is identifying their avenues of attack.

Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity

In response to recent major cyber events, including the SolarWinds supply chain attack and the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, the Biden Administration issued an Executive Order “to improve the nation’s cybersecurity and protect federal government networks.”
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RunSafe Security Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was RunSafe Security founded?

    RunSafe Security was founded in 2015.

  • Who are RunSafe Security key executives?

    RunSafe Security's key executives are Joe Saunders, Doug Britton and Shane Fry.

  • How many employees does RunSafe Security have?

    RunSafe Security has 20 employees.

  • Who are RunSafe Security competitors?

    Competitors of RunSafe Security include HyperQube, Authoriti Network and SSH Communications Security.

  • Where is RunSafe Security headquarters?

    RunSafe Security headquarters is located at 1775 Tysons Blvd, McLean.

  • Where are RunSafe Security offices?

    RunSafe Security has an office in McLean.

  • How many offices does RunSafe Security have?

    RunSafe Security has 1 office.