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Series A | Alive

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Last Raised

$543M | 1 yr ago

Mosaic Score

+60 points in the past 30 days

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About Transmit Security

Transmit Security is a programmable authentication software platform that enables organizations to displace passwords and implement any form of identity verification, on any device, across all of its customer/partner-facing channels. The Transmit Security Platform (SP) uses mobile devices as the primary delivery mechanism to add any form of primary or secondary identity verification (facial/selfie, eye, touch ID and fingerprint, voice biometrics, SMS, etc.) to any application (web, mobile, call center, point of sale, ATMs, etc.).

Transmit Security Headquarter Location

Tel Aviv,


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Financial Services / Payments Tech

Companies in this market provide customer and payment authentication to merchants, card issuers, and payment networks. Solutions include PSD2 Strong Customer Authentication, multi-factor authentication, passwordless authentication, and 3D Secure authentication.

Transmit Security named as Highflier among 9 other companies, including Auth0, HYPR, and BehavioSec.

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Transmit Security in 1 CB Insights research brief, most recently on Jul 15, 2021.

Expert Collections containing Transmit Security

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Transmit Security is included in 4 Expert Collections, including Unicorns- Billion Dollar Startups.


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Transmit Security Patents

Transmit Security has filed 2 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Computer network security
  • Password authentication
  • Authentication methods
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Related Topics




Password authentication, Computer access control protocols, Computer network security, Authentication methods, Federated identity


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Related Topics

Password authentication, Computer access control protocols, Computer network security, Authentication methods, Federated identity



Latest Transmit Security News

Sepio strengthens its leadership with appointments of new Chief Revenue Officer and Chief Operating Officer

Jun 3, 2022

" Cybersecurity firm Sepio has announced the appointment of Scott Coffey as the new Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) of the company. Along with him, Co-founder and General Manager for Sepio Israel Iftah Bratspiess, would also be appointed as the new Chief Operating Officer (COO) too. Yossi Appleboum, Co-founder, and CEO of Sepio, said, " These new appointments further strengthen Sepio's leadership team focusing on revenue generation and global expansion. Scott brings his vast expertise to our executive team with an impressive track record as a driving force for the company's growth stage." In the new role of CRO, Coffey will headline Sepio's global sales organisation and would be  responsible for planning and executing the strategy, building the teams, and developing the channels and partnerships.  Prior to his new role at Sepio, Coffey was Vice President - Sales at Transmit Security for three years.  Scott Coffey, CRO of Sepio, said, “The need for managing the risk of hardware assets inside organizations is growing fast and it starts, of course, with a need for complete detection of all deployed devices. Sepio's HAC-1 is fast and simple to deploy without the nightmare of tapping into all traffic. I am looking forward to joining the existing high-performance team, as Sepio is leading this market, while visibility challenges and threats are growing exponentially.” Founded in 2016 by cybersecurity industry veterans Yossi Applebaum and Iftah Bratspiess, Sepio's Hardware Access Control- 1 (HAC) solution helps enterprises manage risks related to their hardware assets. HAC-1 is the first hardware access control platform that provides unparalleled visibility, control, and mitigation to zero trust, insider threat, BYOD, IT, OT and IoT security programs. Iftah Bratspiess, COO of Sepio, said, "Taking the COO position of Sepio is an important milestone in our growth. While we are building our global presence, we are strengthening our operations that will lead our research, engineering, data science and product activities. Creating this new position in Sepio allows us to use my vast expertise and laser-focused approach towards high quality delivery and customer approval."

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  • When was Transmit Security founded?

    Transmit Security was founded in 2014.

  • Where is Transmit Security's headquarters?

    Transmit Security's headquarters is located at Tel Aviv.

  • What is Transmit Security's latest funding round?

    Transmit Security's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did Transmit Security raise?

    Transmit Security raised a total of $583M.

  • Who are the investors of Transmit Security?

    Investors of Transmit Security include GS Growth, Artisanal Ventures, SYN Ventures, Insight Partners, General Atlantic and 8 more.

  • Who are Transmit Security's competitors?

    Competitors of Transmit Security include BehavioSec, Nymi, Beyond Identity, iProov, Stytch, Traitware, Keyless, Socure, LoginID, ForgeRock and 14 more.

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