Menlo Park, Calif. (PRWEB) March 13, 2015
Founder of McAfee Associates in 1987 and pioneer in the antivirus and consumer privacy industry, John McAfee founded Future Tense Central in 2013 in a renewed effort to aid consumers in regaining control over their information and privacy.
Future Tense Central is listed as the #1 personal privacy company, and #6 overall on the Cybersecurity 500, a list of the 500 hottest and most innovative cybersecurity companies to watch in 2015.
The entire list of Cybersecurity 500 companies can be seen at http://www.cybersecurity500.com
“Future Tense Central delivers big time on their promise of personal privacy” says Steve Morgan, founder and CEO of Cybersecurity Ventures, and publisher of the Cybersecurity 500. “Their founder John McAfee is a cybersecurity legend, they have rock-solid technology including their Chadder App for encrypted private messaging, and a satisfied user community of 150,000 plus that is growing bigger every day” added Morgan.
Thousands of companies were reviewed for inclusion on the Cybersecurity 500. The selection criteria for the list is subjective and includes some or all of the following when evaluating each company:
- Cybersecurity Sector (market category)
- Problem(s) Solved
- Customer Base
- Feedback from CISOs and Decision Makers
- Feedback from IT Security Evaluators & Recommenders
- Feedback from VARs, SIs and Consultants
- VC Funding
- Company Growth
- Published Product Reviews
- Demos and Presentations at Conferences
- Corporate Marketing and Branding
- Media Coverage
- Notable Implementations
- Founder and Management Pedigree
ABOUT FUTURE TENSE CENTRAL
Future Tense Central is a security and privacy company founded by John McAfee, founder of McAfee Anti-Virus. Through offering innovative mobile and web applications with the highest degree of security, we empower you with the knowledge and awareness you need to make better informed decisions about your lifestyle and personal information.
Our mission is to deliver the tools you need to take back control over your information and privacy. If you want to share your information, fine - it should be your decision. If you wish to keep your personal life more personal, that's also fine - it should still be your decision. You shouldn't have to sacrifice your freedom to get access to all the latest apps and technology.
For more information about Future Tense Central, visit them on the web at http://www.futuretensecentral.com
ABOUT THE CYBERSECURITY 500
The Cybersecurity industry is growing from $71 Billion in 2014 to $155+ Billion in 2019, according to consolidated estimates by IT research firms. In a rapidly expanding market like this, there are many new entrants as well as M&A, investment and IPO activity that is constantly changing the vendor and service provider landscape.
“We are trying to create more awareness and recognition for the most innovative cybersecurity companies – ranging from the largest and most recognizable brands to VC backed start-ups and emerging players” says Steve Morgan, who is also the Publisher and Editor-In-Chief of the Cybersecurity 500.
The Cybersecurity 500 is a keyword-searchable directory. Users can type in a cybersecurity term or acronym i.e. ‘malware’, ‘incident response’, ‘threat management’, ‘encryption’, ‘mobile security’ etc., and then view a list of companies who provide solutions in that category. A link to the corporate website is displayed next to each company that is listed.
Cybersecurity Ventures will be publishing a new edition of the Cybersecurity 500 each month. The revised monthly editions will add new companies, change rankings, and update the company profiles.
To see the entire Cybersecurity 500 list, go to http://www.cybersecurity500.com