Redseal has a total of 28 patents globally, out of which 27 have been granted. Of these 28 patents, 22 patents are active. United States Of America is where Redseal has filed maximum number of patents, followed by Europe and Norway. Parallelly, United States Of America seems to be the focused R&D centre of Redseal.
Redseal was founded in the year 2004 by Alain Mayer, Brian Laing, Scot Malloy. Company deals with security risk management software and solutions and helps companies eliminate cyber threats.
Do read about some of the most popular patents of Redseal which have been covered by us in this article and also you can find Redseal patents information, the worldwide patent filing activity and its patent filing trend over the years, and many other stats over Redseal patent portfolio.
How many patents does the founders of Redseal have?
The founder, Alain Mayer has 2 patents, Brian Laing has 1 patent, Scot Malloy has 0 patents.
How many patents does Redseal have?
Redseal has a total of 28 patents globally. These patents belong to 9 unique patent families. Out of 28 patents, 22 patents are active.
How Many Patents did Redseal File Every Year?
Are you wondering why there is a drop in patent filing for the last two years? It is because a patent application can take up to 18 months to get published. Certainly, it doesn’t suggest a decrease in the patent filing.
|Year of Patents Filing or Grant||Redseal Applications Filed||Redseal Patents Granted|
How many Redseal patents are Alive/Dead?
How Many Patents did Redseal File in Different Countries?
Countries in which Redseal file patents:
|United States Of America||12|
Where are Research Centres of Redseal Patents Located?
10 Best Redseal Patents
US7003562B2 is the most popular patent in the Redseal portfolio. It has received 255 citations so far from companies like Intel Corporation, Hexago Inc., Microsoft Corporation.
Below is the list of 10 most cited patents of Redseal:
|Publication Number||Citation Count|
List of Redseal Patents
|CA2746721C||An improved seal|
|BRPI0923584B1||Device and process for providing a seal between a housing and a mobile element|
|AU2009332727B2||An improved seal|
|EP2642067B1||An Improved Seal|
|US9325719B2||Method and system for evaluating access granted to users moving dynamically across endpoints in a network|
|US9325741B2||Method and system for evaluating access granted to dynamically provisioned virtual servers across endpoints in a network|
|EA020572B1||An improved seal|
|SG172293B||An improved seal|
|PL2373869T3||An improved seal|
|IN5470DELNP2011A||An improved seal|
|NO2642067B1||an Improved Seal|
|EP2373869B1||An improved seal|
|US8479257B1||Method and apparatus for assessing policy compliance of as-built data networks|
|US8321944B1||Adaptive risk analysis methods and apparatus|
|US8307444B1||Methods and apparatus for determining network risk based upon incomplete network configuration data|
|US8135815B2||Method and apparatus for network wide policy-based analysis of configurations of devices|
|US8132260B1||Methods and apparatus for prioritization of remediation techniques for network security risks|
|US7890869B1||Network security visualization methods, apparatus and graphical user interfaces|
|US7003562B2||Method and apparatus for network wide policy-based analysis of configurations of devices|