Elisity, Inc., the pioneering zero-trust networking and software-defined access company, has announced its vision for an architectural security transformation with identity as the new perimeter using Elisity Cognitive Trust (ECT)™, the company said.
Organizations continue to navigate digital transformation initiatives, including moving to the cloud and using the Internet as their corporate backbone. They are also focused on ensuring employees can work from any location and on any device. This modernization increases the digital threat surface and the need for a new approach to protecting an organization´s data.
Founded in 2018, the company closed a USD 7.5M seed round of funding that year led by Atlantic Bridge. With its seed round, Elisity has been scaling its engineering, sales and marketing teams to ramp up ahead of the company´s launch. Brian Long, managing partner at Atlantic Bridge; Joe Pinto, chief customer experience officer at Pure Storage; and Ayman Sayed, chief executive officer at BMC Software, joined Elisity´s board of directors to guide the company through rapid growth.
Elisity bridges the divide between the old approach and offers a new approach that combines Zero Trust Access and a Software-Defined Perimeter with AI. According to Elisity CEO and Co-Founder Burjiz Pithawala, the new enterprise boundary is identity, giving you control over access at the front door regardless of its location. With Elisity, users, devices and applications are authorized based on policy before they can communicate with organizational resources.
Elisity is solving the challenge of securing access to enterprise assets and enterprise data in the complex modern world of blurring enterprise boundaries and mobile workforces. Learn more at www.elisity.com.