My1Login, a UK provider of next generation Identity and Access Management solutions, has been cited by analyst and technology sector research group, CB Insights, as one of the world’s leaders in the Identity Management space.
Salesforce, Castrol, Gartner, as well as top-tier VCs including, NEA, Upfront Ventures, RRE, and FirstMark Capital all rely on CB Insights to help them make decisions. CB Insights’s tech market intelligence platform analyses millions of data points on venture capital, patents, partnerships and news media to predict technology trends.
Mike Newman, CEO, My1Login said: “We were delighted to be cited by CB Insights as a global leader in Identity Management. We already have significant customer traction in the enterprise space and this endorsement is further validation of My1Login’s credentials as a leader in the sector.”
“The citation by CB Insights comes hot on the heels of our approval last week for the G-Cloud 9 digital framework to supply cloud services to the UK public sector, so we have a double reason to celebrate. Our enterprise customer base continues to expand rapidly as a result of our technology being recognised as the most widely-compatible Identity Management solution on the market.”
Over 1,000 companies currently rely My1Login’s solution which eliminates cyber security vulnerabilities by removing the need for employees to manage multiple passwords. It provides next generation Identity and Access Management solutions for enterprise and eliminates the need for passwords in business by providing Single Sign-On that works with all applications, across all devices. The service works with cloud, mobile and thick-client legacy applications, which enables them to fully address Single Sign-On challenges even in the most complex of enterprise environments where apps are often a mix of cloud, mobile and legacy systems such as mainframes.
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