Finalist for Top 10 Cybersecurity Startups 2021 at Black Unicorn Awards

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Sepio, a cybersecurity startup based in Rockville, Md., has been recognized as a finalist for the prestigious Top 10 Cybersecurity Startups for 2021 at the highly esteemed Black Unicorn Awards. This esteemed recognition is bestowed upon the most innovative and promising cybersecurity startups in the industry. The Black Unicorn Awards are held annually in conjunction with the renowned Black Hat USA conference.

Sepio is dedicated to safeguarding organizations against the ever-increasing threats posed by troublesome IoT devices. With their state-of-the-art rogue device mitigation software, Sepio provides comprehensive protection by identifying and neutralizing unauthorized and malicious devices within networks.

Over the past year, Sepio has expanded its capabilities and offerings, including the introduction of a cutting-edge Hardware Access Control solution. This groundbreaking offering grants organizations complete visibility and control over all devices connected to their networks, ensuring a robust and secure infrastructure.

As a finalist for the Top 10 Cybersecurity Startups for 2021, Sepio has demonstrated its commitment to delivering innovative and effective solutions to address the emerging challenges in cybersecurity. With their advanced technologies and unwavering dedication, Sepio is poised to make a significant impact in the industry, providing organizations with the necessary tools to proactively protect their digital assets from sophisticated threats.

The recognition bestowed upon Sepio at the Black Unicorn Awards underscores their position as a leading cybersecurity startup, driving the industry forward with their groundbreaking approach.

Rockville, Md.- based, Sepio is protecting organizations against troublesome IoT devices with its rogue device mitigation software. The company has been expanding its capabilities over the past year, and that includes a new Hardware Access Control offering that gives organizations complete visibility and control over devices on the network.

August 2nd, 2021