Ramsey-based security firm finds success, not riches



By Steve Alexander, Star Tribune

“In American business lore, the company that invents a better product gets rich.  In the real world, an idea-oriented company like the Barrier Group may fly under the radar for years.

When it was founded in 2003, the Ramsey-based computer security firm developed an “Internet security appliance,” which combined several types of “open source” or freely available security software with Barrier’s own “predictive math” program to identify new malicious Internet security threats, even though they’d never been seen before.”

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