Amir Ben-Efraim's cybersecurity startup Menlo Security was only a year old when he reached out to JPMorgan Chase, telling it how the 30-employee Menlo could help it deal with malware and phishing attacks.
Within a couple of weeks, Menlo was in discussions with the heads of cyberengineering at JPMorgan, talking about what types of controls and other specifications would need to be in place before the megabank could test Menlo's technology.
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