BluVector Recognized for Innovation and Growth on Momentum Partners’ Latest Cybersecurity Watch List

Network Security Monitoring and Analytics Leader Named as ‘Company to Watch’ in the Firm’s Q2 2017 Cybersecurity Market Review

Arlington, Va.—July 18, 2017— BluVector, a leader in network security monitoring and analytics, today announced it has been selected for Momentum Partners’ Watch List: Q1 2017 in its latest Cybersecurity Market Review for Q2 2017.

Each quarter, Momentum Partners, a Silicon Valley-based cybersecurity investment bank, identifies 10 private companies for its Watch List from more than 1,700 cybersecurity companies the firm tracks globally. Selection to the Watch List reflects BluVector’s growth and innovation, as the firm recognizes the company’s tremendous momentum.

BluVector is transforming the way organizations protect critical data and infrastructure from the most sophisticated and fast-moving cyber threats. The company’s innovative approach to leveraging market-leading AI and patented automated machine learning radically accelerates the process of spotting and assessing the new, nearly impossible to identify advanced threats present in today’s dynamic cyber threat landscape.

“We’re honored to have been named to Momentum Partners’ Watch List, a recognition bestowed on innovative cybersecurity companies that have advanced along an aggressive growth track,” said Kris Lovejoy, CEO of BluVector. “Enterprises need a security solution as innovative and sophisticated as the cyber threats they face. We continue to invest in and adapt our technology to respond to attacks faster than with traditional approaches.”

Selection to Momentum Partners’ Watch List is the latest in a series of accolades for BluVector. Last month, the company was selected as a winner of Red Herring’s Top 100 North America award and also granted a new patent on machine learning for zero-day malware detection.

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Micheal Mullen
Micheal Mullen currently serves as Senior Product Marketing Manager at BluVector. Previously, he’s authored or edited content on sites including Metalogix, ZD Net, Deltek, The Washington Post and L-3 Communications.

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