News | August 4, 2020

Stellar Cyber's Aimei Wei Named One Of The Top 100 Women In Cybersecurity For 2020

During Black Hat USA 2020, Stellar Cyber Founder Aimei Wei Named a Top 100 Winner in this Prestigious Awards Category Exclusively for Women in Cybersecurity

Stellar Cyber, the only cohesive security AI/ML platform that delivers maximum protection today announced that its Founder and SVP Engineering Aimei Wei has been named a Top 100 Women in Cybersecurity for 2020 by Cyber Defense Magazine, the leading cybersecurity publication in the industry.

Aimei competed against many of the industry’s top, best-respected and best-known women in cybersecurity for this prestigious award. Cyber Defense Magazine searched the globe and chose Aimei for her leadership skills and cybersecurity expertise.

“We’re pleased to name Aimei Wei as a winner among the Top 100 Women in Cybersecurity for 2020 during our second annual Black Unicorn awards. This award showcases women who are shaping the future of cybersecurity and have broken through the glass ceiling,” said Judges Robert R. Ackerman Jr. of, David DeWalt of and Gary Miliefsky of

“Aimei is the driving visionary behind all we do as a cybersecurity company,” said Changming Liu, CEO and co-founder of Stellar Cyber. “We are very pleased and proud that Aimei is getting the broad industry recognition she deserves.”

About Stellar Cyber
Stellar Cyber is the only cohesive security operations platform that provides maximum protection by piecing attacks together across IT infrastructure. Leveraging more than 20 integrated applications plus data from existing security solutions and presenting them in an intuitive dashboard, Stellar Cyber slashes operational costs and detects attacks wherever they occur. Stellar Cyber’s platform helps eliminate the tool fatigue and data overload often cited by security analysts and enables them to respond in seconds rather than days or weeks. The company is based in Silicon Valley and is backed by Big Basin Ventures, Valley Capital Partners, Northern Light Venture Capital, SIG, Green Bay Ventures, and other investors. For more information, visit

Source: Stellar Cyber Inc.