ScaleFT, an Austin, TX- and San Francisco, CA-based cybersecurity company, closed a $2m seed funding round.
Backers included Fathom Capital, Spectrum 28, Fuel Capital and Graham Weston, the founder of Rackspace.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to develop its platform and expand operations.
Led by Jason Luce, CEO, ScaleFT provides a cloud-native access management platform for companies to protect their resources without the need for VPNs by making intelligent access decisions in real-time based on dynamic user and device conditions.
The newly released ScaleFT Access Fabric is a globally distributed, cloud native environment that enables fast dynamic authentication and authorization and integrates with an enterprise’s choice of identity governance solutions, including Active Directory, Okta, Google and more.