11 Cybersecurity Companies in Los Angeles to Know

These Los Angeles cybersecurity companies are helping companies and their customers stay protected.

Written by Patrick Hechinger
Published on Jan. 17, 2024
11 Cybersecurity Companies in Los Angeles to Know
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Whether you’re at home or in the office, cyberattacks are always a threat. And in an online world, it’s tough to find software that will protect you from every angle. We put together a list of several LA-based tech companies that have your cybersecurity in mind.

Top Cybersecurity Companies in LA

  • EPAM Systems
  • GoGuardian
  • TeleSign
  • TigerConnect
  • CUJO
  • Rapid7
  • TigerConnet


Built in response to the myriad digital threats that come with cloud-based systems, the cybersecurity services provided by EPAM are paranoid by design. With a holistic vision of cybersecurity, the company covers clients across a threat’s lifecycle, from proactive defense through automated breach responses.  


Framework Security provides an array of services aimed at making it simple and cost efficient for businesses to implement cybersecurity tools and practices. Its offerings cover risk and compliance, penetration testing, managed security and training. For example, the company’s user awareness training teaches employees about cyber attacks like ransomware and phishing so that they can proactively help cut down on cyber risks.


Students are more engaged online than any other demographic and GoGuardian is making sure they're protected. The company provides Chromebook management software that lets educators block distractions and harmful content. 


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Based in Marina Del Rey, Telesign is a key player in Mobile Identity solutions. The company has helped customers secure more than 3.5 billion end user accounts across the globe while preventing registration fraud. 


TigerText provides secure, real-time mobile messaging for the enterprise, empowering organizations to work more securely. TigerText’s encrypted messaging platform keeps communications safe, improves workflows, and complies with industry regulations.


Rapid7 supports enterprises making moves to expand operations by providing them the security infrastructures to do so safely. Their automated software platform provides clients with full visibility into their security operations and up-to-date insights to help them respond more quickly to threats.


This jovial little device was designed to give parents a new peace of mind. It digitally protects your home from hacks, viruses, malware and virtual security threats. CUJO syncs up with laptops, tablets, smartphones, wearables, baby monitors, smart TVs and more to make sure the whole family is protected online. 


InAuth makes sure companies are dealing with real people. They offer mobile authentication and anti-fraud solutions to financial institutions in the mobile transaction space. The six-year-old company is based in Venice and has seen more than $30 million in funding. 


Founded in 2012, Pixalate is a real-time fraud protection provider and global intelligence platform. The company has monitored 2 trillion data points and 50 million unique URLs. Based in Santa Monica, Pixalate has raised close to $5 million in funding. 


RPost is focused on email delivery proof, encryption, and e-signatures with its patented Registered Email® technology. RPost services enable email users to track, proof, sign, encrypt, and collaborate across desktop, mobile, and web platforms. 


The Irvine-based enterprise software company helps organizations confirm user identities. Their SecureAuth IdP bundles authentication security, Single Sign-On, and user self-confidence into one platform.

This article was originally published in 2016. Rose Velazquez and Margo Steines contributed reporting to this story.

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