Silicon Review names Nucleon Cyber to its 2019 ‘30 Fastest Growing Tech Companies’ list

Israel – 04-05-2019 ( — Silicon Review, a trusted online and print community for business and technology professionals, has named Nucleon to its prestigious “30 Fastest Growing Tech Companies 2019” list. Silicon Review’s feature article profiles Nucleon journey and unique products offering.

This recognition comes on the heels of other notable achievements this year including Nucleon’s winning multiple awards related to cyber threat intelligence categories at the cybersecurity excellence awards and as well as named as one of The 10 Most Innovative Cyber Security Companies in 2019 by Analytics Insights Magazine earlier this year.

“Being named to Silicon Review’s 30 Fastest Growing Tech Companies to 2019 List is a tremendous honor. It shows the commitment of Nucleon to provide innovative helpful products that makes the world more secured.” said Yossi Accav, CFO of Nucleon.

About Nucleon,

Nucleon, cyber security startup providing cyber intelligence for organizations specializes in collecting and analyzing current threats on the internet and providing organizations and governments with proactive technology that compliment their existing cyber security tools and enables them to defend against new and emerging threats.


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