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tCell Named an Emerging Security Vendor by CRN

AppSec Innovator Recognized for Complete, DevOps-Friendly Solution that Understands, Monitors, and Protects Enterprise Apps -- Without Hardware, Code, or Network Changes

/EINPresswire.com/ -- SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Aug 7, 2017) - tCell, creators of the application immune system for cloud-first organizations, today announced that CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, has named tCell to its 2017 Emerging Vendors list in the Security category. The annual list recognizes recently founded, up-and-coming technology suppliers that are shaping the future of the IT channel through unique technological innovations.

"Over the last several years, Agile and DevOps have combined to revolutionize the way applications are developed, but these advancements also bring new security challenges," said Michael Feiertag, CEO of tCell. "tCell is replacing traditional security practices that slow down release cycles and cause friction among teams. We enable our customers' applications in production to defend themselves, while providing the runtime data necessary to prioritize security risk and development efforts. We are honored that CRN has recognized us for arming our clients with the actionable information needed to defend their applications and customers' data on the fly."

Featuring the industry's only application immune system, tCell wraps non-intrusive protection into apps as they are deployed in the cloud -- empowering them to "self-defend" against hackers. The solution helps security teams understand the modern enterprise application and its attack surface. tCell gives security teams visibility into orphaned API endpoints and vulnerable third-party libraries, allowing them to assess risks and prioritize activities. It monitors for active attacks, separates the rare successful attack from the background noise of attempts, and allows security teams to actively protect their applications -- all with minimal tuning and false positives.

Notably, in contrast to other tools, tCell implements Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) in the right manner -- with virtually zero impact on enterprise applications with high-traffic volume and visibility with browser instrumentation. Fully automatable, software-based, and DevOps-friendly, tCell is the first and only complete, practical DevOps-oriented AppSec solution on the market.

In conjunction with unveiling its inaugural report, "The State of Security for In-Production Web Applications," tCell recently introduced several new features that further distinguish it from the competition, including: support for enterprise .NET applications; point-of-attack instrumentation to detect and confirm if command injection attempts have been successful at breaching the app; and field-level encryption for increased data integrity in highly regulated industries, such as healthcare or financial services.

"This impressive group of technology supplier startups is already disrupting the status quo, aggressively creating and innovating to meet the ever-changing demands of the IT market," said Robert Faletra, CEO of The Channel Company. "CRN's 2017 Emerging Vendors represent the next generation of IT change agents, producing a wide range of leading-edge products that solution providers should keep an eye on in the coming year and beyond."

The Emerging Vendors: Security list is featured in the August issue of CRN and online at www.crn.com/emergingvendors.

About tCell
tCell moves application security out of the network for cloud-first organizations. Using advanced Runtime Application Self-Protection functionality, tCell secures web applications in production using server-side instrumentation, browser-side instrumentation, and cloud-based analytics. tCell is the only solution for companies leveraging DevOps, Agile, or microservices to protect their applications without code or network changes. Whether applications are on-premises or cloud-based, tCell's unique approach makes application security easy. Funded by Menlo Ventures, A Capital, Allegis Capital, Webb Investment Network, CrunchFund, and SV Angel, tCell boasts an impressive team from innovators that include Splunk, Okta, Blue Coat/Symantec, Palo Alto Networks, and SkyHigh Networks. Learn more at tcell.io.

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Bryan Grillo
CHEN PR for tCell, Inc.
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