Cyber Security

Abnormal Security Named to CNBC Disruptor 50 List

With additional accolades from Enterprise Tech 30, Fortune, Forbes, CRN, and more, Abnormal continues to garner industry recognition for its AI-native human behavior security platform

Abnormal Security, the leader in AI-native human behavior security, today announced that it was named to the 2024 CNBC Disruptor 50 list, which identifies fast-growing and innovative private startups that are advancing breakthrough technology to disrupt their industries. Using machine learning to deeply understand human behavior, Abnormal provides comprehensive email protection against attacks that exploit human behavior, including phishing, social engineering, and account takeovers.

The CNBC Disruptor 50 is selected by CNBC editorial staff based on a blend of quantitative and qualitative criteria, with additional quantitative input from Disruptor 50 data partners PitchBook and IBISWorld, as well as the CNBC’s Disruptor 50 Advisory Council, a group of 50 leading thinkers in the field of innovation and entrepreneurship, who weighted the quantitative criteria and provided additional analysis of qualitative information.

“In just five years, Abnormal has become one of the world’s fastest-growing cybersecurity startups and is continuing to grow rapidly,” said Evan Reiser, chief executive officer at Abnormal Security. “Our AI-native approach to cybersecurity is transforming how businesses protect against modern threats targeting the biggest vulnerability in organizations today: human behavior. Our 2,000+ customers feel the impact of this approach every day as we continue to create new products, capabilities, and features that strengthen their defenses through the power of Abnormal AI.”

This recognition by CNBC is the latest in a streak of recent award wins that cement Abnormal’s market position as a leader in AI-native cybersecurity. Abnormal was recently named to Wing Venture Capital’s sixth annual Enterprise Tech 30—a definitive list of the most promising, private enterprise tech companies across all stages of maturity. This year marks the third time that Abnormal has ranked on the Enterprise Tech 30, and the first time that Abnormal is named among the top companies in the Late-Stage category.

Other AI and cybersecurity recognitions Abnormal has secured in the last six months include the Fortune Cyber 60, the CRN Security 100 and CRN AI 100, the Cybersecurity Excellence Awards, and the Globee Awards for Cybersecurity, where Abnormal won Gold in two categories: Company of the Year – AI in Security and AI Threat Detection. For the second consecutive year, Abnormal was also recognized by Forbes as one of America’s Best Startup Employers, a key achievement as the company plans to significantly grow its workforce globally this year.

Reiser continued, “We’re proud of the continued recognition Abnormal receives from our customers, investors, and industry peers. These are important milestones on our journey as we help more organizations fight cybercrime through the power of AI.”

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