Fireglass Named to the First Ever CNBC Upstart 25 List
CNBC recognizes Fireglass as one of the promising cybersecurity startups on the path to becoming a household name
New York, NY. – March 9, 2017 – Fireglass, the leading web isolation security company, today announced that CNBC has named the company to the inaugural Upstart 25 list. Emerging from Israel’s cybersecurity industry, Fireglass was selected among hundreds of nominees to place on this exclusive list that CNBC described as “a diverse group of companies that are building brands, breaking industry barriers and scaling quickly on the path to becoming tomorrow’s household names.”
Fireglass’ award-winning True Isolation™ technology breaks barriers by completely eliminating malware and phishing from web and email while providing a seamless user experience. Fireglass’ agentless solution executes web sessions remotely and prevents any web content from reaching and infecting endpoints. Delivered as a cloud service or on-premise, Fireglass augments existing security architectures to provide secure web access even to risky and uncategorized websites, while minimizing security overhead from complex web access policies, support tickets and alerts.
“A year after we emerged from stealth, Fireglass is hitting stride and is experiencing tremendous momentum,” said Guy Guzner, CEO and co-founder of Fireglass. “Our True Isolation™ platform is seeing rapid adoption – particularly among Fortune 500 enterprises that are looking for an effective solution that puts an end to malware, ransomware and phishing. Being named to the CNBC Upstart 25 is an honor and a testament to how Fireglass is moving the needle in the cybersecurity industry.”
Fireglass allows users to click with confidence from any device by eliminating malware and phishing from web and email with no endpoint agent. Organizations protected by Fireglass maximize user productivity while solving the operational overhead and complexity of web gateways through True Isolation™, where all web traffic is executed remotely and does not reach endpoints. Deployed at Fortune 500 companies, Fireglass was founded by network security leaders and military intelligence veterans and is backed by world-class investors including Lightspeed Venture Partners and Norwest Venture Partners.