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Mykonos specializes in "intrusion deception" technology that can help companies identify online attackers.

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Mykonos specializes in "intrusion deception" technology that can help companies identify online attackers.

What ‘Intrusion Deception’ Is And Why Juniper Paid $80 Million for It

By 2009, David Koretz had founded five technology companies from the time he was 14. Security snags he encountered at the fifth — an e-mail hosting company called BlueTie Inc. — prompted him to start No. 6, Mykonos Software Inc....

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Jeremy Allaire is chairman and CEO of Brightcove, which went public this month.

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Jeremy Allaire is chairman and CEO of Brightcove, which went public this month.

The Small IPO Isn’t Completely Dead

Social Web giants Facebook, Zynga, Groupon and LinkedIn have handsomely rewarded founders and early investors, but they’ve also raised a big question: Where are all the small initial public offerings? Conventional wisdom in recent years has been that if you...

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George Kurtz left McAfee last year to help start a new security company called CrowdStrike.

Photograph: McAfee Inc.

George Kurtz left McAfee last year to help start a new security company called CrowdStrike.

Ex-McAfee Execs to Tackle Hackers Differently, But Is It the Answer?

When security technology fails, you don’t want to be the guy walking in the door selling more of it. George Kurtz, former chief technology officer of McAfee, was often in that position as he logged hundreds of thousands of miles...

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