Endpoint Security , Governance & Risk Management , Next-Generation Technologies & Secure Development

A Self-Service Platform to Secure Small Businesses

CEO Stan Golubchik on ContraForce's Mission to Democratize Cybersecurity
A Self-Service Platform to Secure Small Businesses
Stan Golubchik, founder and CEO, ContraForce

Small companies should be able to have the same cybersecurity protection as larger companies, without having to know a great deal about the world of cyberattacks. That's why Stan Golubchik founded ContraForce, a company whose mission is to simplify security tools and provide small to medium-sized businesses with the ability to manage and improve their cyber resiliency without the need for expensive human resources and additional software. He says it answers the "need for a stronger generalist workforce for cybersecurity."

Golubchik says the ContraForce platform was built on a self-service model. "We see some very advanced and complex enterprise tooling systems that take a lot of professional services to implement, get optimized, and then manage for the lifetime of that software subscription. So we wanted to get customers away from that kind of management, and then just focus on the security outcomes and value."

In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Golubchik discusses:

  • How ContraForce integrates with Microsoft Office 365, which he says 9 in 10 small businesses use, to automate Microsoft security;
  • The impact of ContraForce's acceptance by technology startup accelerator Y Combinator;
  • His plans for global expansion and how the platform constitutes a democratization of cybersecurity.

Golubchik is the founder and CEO of ContraForce, a company whose mission is to simplify security tools.

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