When you have stars on board (serial entrepreneurs), a $14M seed round is a natural, of course! Don’t laugh, this is a real company observed at the New York cyber conference at Javits.
In today’s world, one of the greatest cyber challenges is device security, especially with the uptick in remote work over the last two years. Device security is easily overlooked by many companies. For example, even though companies’ devices require authenticated users, there’s no use if the device itself is vulnerable because of unknown links. A vulnerable device can allow untethered contact with sensitive data, even if the user is authenticated. According to a survey done by researchers at Infinipoint, only 26% of participants are confident their devices are not compromised. What now?
As the first Device-Identity-as-a-Service (DIaaS) solution, Infinipoint addresses Zero Trust device access and enables enterprises to automate cyber hygiene and increase visibility across their entire IT estate. Infinipoint is the only solution in this space with SSO (single sign-on) authorization, integrated with risk-based policies, and one-click remediation for non-compliant and vulnerable devices.
Now that we’ve addressed the potential exposure from device hygiene, can we think about the bigger challenge; can we learn to live with each other and accept each other for who we are and what we believe?