We’ve built a security powerhouse to change the email security status quo, for good.

About Agari

Founded by thought leaders of Cisco’s IronPort solutions, our mission is to build new internet scale data driven security solutions that eliminate email as a channel for cyber attacks and enable businesses and consumers to interact safely.

Agari provides global brands with the experience, tools, and analytics they need to eliminate email threats, protect their customers and their personal data, and proactively guard enterprise brand reputation.

Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Agari is backed by Alloy Ventures, ScaleVP, First Round Capital, and Greylock Partners.

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The Birth of Agari

We partnered with PayPal, Yahoo! & Google on a pilot project, testing program that became the DMARC open standard, paving the way for email authentication.

The Early Adopters

Early adopters JP Morgan Chase, PayPal, Facebook, Netflix, and LinkedIn jumped on board to eliminate malicious email attacks targeting their customer’s sensitive information. They also gained unprecedented visibility into and control of their global email ecosystems.

Initial Growth

Finding early success, Agari was honored as the Security Project of the Year and won the ISE Northeast, along with prestigious JP Morgan Chase award. To cap it off, we closed our Series B financing round and quickly began scaling the business.

Up and Away

With revenue growing to 300%, Agari brought new executives on board, doubled the size of the team, and moved into larger offices. By joining efforts with Microsoft and the FBI, we assisted in the highly publicized Citadel botnet takedown.

2013 & Beyond

Agari continues to make quite an impression in the cyber security space. We won the AlwaysOn Global 250 award, were included as a member of the 2015 Online Trust Honor Roll by the Online Trust Alliance and were recognized with the highly sought after Gartner Cool Vendor Award. After securing a Series C financing round, we opened our UK office and launched the Agari Trust Network.