Resilient Network Systems, a San Francisco, CA-based contextual access control company, received a $1.2m Series A extension funding.
The round was led by HRK Investments, LLP.
The company intends to use the funds to further increase its sales and marketing initiatives in government and healthcare, and enhance its platform partnerships.
Led by Ethan Ayer, CEO, Resilient Network Systems recently launched Resilient Access 3.0, a contextual access solution designed for the connected organization, which includes traditional features like single sign-on and multi-factor authentication, but also incorporates a flexible policy workflow engine that enables users to safeguard files, apps, documents and data with their own custom access rules.
The company has customers in the U.S. government, law enforcement and healthcare.