We are incredibly excited to announce that Agilicus has been included in the FoundersBeta Top 100 Tech Companies to Follow in 2022. Every year FoundersBeta compiles their list of the top tech companies that are disrupting markets and making waves in the industry. This year, Agilicus caught their attention with it’s, cloud-native cybersecurity platform that is changing the way organizations securely connect users to their work.
An online, global community of innovators and change-makers, FoundersBeta is connecting its members to help drive the next generation of companies and disruptive technologies. The annual list of top tech companies recognizes incredible founders, companies, and teams for their groundbreaking approach to technology innovation and disruption. Agilicus made the list with its unique, self-managed Zero Trust Network Access platform and dedication to ensuring cybersecurity is simple and affordable for companies big and small.
Agilicus employs a Zero Trust Network Access framework where least privilege access can be given to workers without unnecessarily exposing corporate networks. Organizations are able to connect people with their work and drive productivity while significantly reducing the risk of cyber attacks and ransomware. Our customers can deliver scalable, secure access to applications, files, and remote systems for any employee, partner, contractor or third party. Our goal is to ensure, any user, any time, from anywhere on any device can securely access only the applications they are entitled to, while restricting what they can do within those applications. This is accomplished by incorporating centralized Federated Identity Management with Multi-Factor Authentication and centralized Fine-grain Authorization Management. Our complete system drives user accessibility from any device without the need for a VPN, network configuration, or an end-user client.
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We are grateful, once again to be recognized for our work and innovation in the cyber security space. In a world of ransomware attacks and regular news worthy threats, like the most recent Log4shell vulnerability, we strive to make access safer for everyone.