10 Cybersecurity Companies Making Moves: January 2023

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We’re taking a look at the cybersecurity companies that launched products and partner program updates, made key executive changes, raised funding or announced acquisitions in January.

While plenty of cybersecurity companies have been among the tech industry vendors recently announcing layoffs, many companies in the security market had happier news to announce in kicking off 2023. In January, major moves by cybersecurity companies included executive changes, such as CrowdStrike’s hiring of two C-level executives from rival endpoint security vendor SentinelOne.

[Related: Okta Lays Off 5 Percent Of Staff]

Meanwhile, a number of cybersecurity vendors announced channel-friendly products, such as Arctic Wolf, while others unveiled updates to their partner programs, including Palo Alto Networks. A few raised funding, including Snyk’s funding round from ServiceNow, while NetSPI was among the handful of cybersecurity companies to announce an acquisition in spite of the uncertain economic environment.

What follows are details on 10 of the cybersecurity companies we’re following that made moves in January.

 Learn About Kyle Alspach

Kyle Alspach

Kyle Alspach is a Senior Editor at CRN focused on cybersecurity. His coverage spans news, analysis and deep dives on the cybersecurity industry, with a focus on fast-growing segments such as cloud security, application security and identity security. He can be reached at


Donovan Larsen

Donovan is a columnist and associate editor at the Dark News. He has written on everything from the politics to diversity issues in the workplace.

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