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Associations & Organizations

Secfense is proud to be part of a variety of industry-leading and highly respected organizations, demonstrating our commitment to providing the best in security solutions.


FIDO Alliance is a consortium of leading technology companies, government agencies, service providers, financial institutions, payment processors and other industries, which was founded in 2013 to eliminate the use of passwords on websites, applications and devices. Since May 2022, Secfense has been a member of the FIDO Alliance. In November, company representatives took part in one of the most important Authenticate 2022 Conference in Seattle, during which, together with Bank BNP Paribas Polska, they showed how in Poland it is possible to eliminate the risks associated with passwords in the organization on a huge scale, ultimately striving for complete passwordless.

NVIDIA Inception supports young companies in product development – in the processes of their prototyping and implementation. Each program participant receives benefits, e.g., marketing knowledge and technological assistance. As part of participation in NVIDIA Inception, Secfense receives competence and technological support. The company was qualified for the program because the scope of its operation and the User Access Security Broker technology can have a large impact on the development of the technology industry in Poland and the world.

DirectTrust is a non-profit alliance that ensures secure electronic exchanges of health information through accreditation of Health Information Service Providers, Certificate Authorities, and Registration Authorities. It maintains HIPAA compliance and promotes privacy and security best practices. Its Direct Secure Messaging system uses encryption and Public Key Infrastructure to protect sensitive health information transmitted over the internet, ensuring that only verified recipients can access it. This framework supports the robust and secure exchange of health data within the healthcare sector.

As the CEO and co-founder of Secfense, I strongly believe in the significance of being an active member of key industry associations. It’s not just about being a part of the community; it’s about actively contributing to shaping the future of authentication security. In this rapidly evolving digital landscape, it’s imperative that we, at Secfense, leverage these platforms to drive innovation, share insights, and collaborate on developing robust security standards. Our involvement in these organizations enables us to stay at the forefront of technological advancements, ensuring we deliver state-of-the-art security solutions to our clients.

American Bankers Association ABA is a professional association for banks and other financial institutions in the United States. Its main mission is to support the banking and financial sector in the USA through professional education – organizing trainings and courses and keeping ABA members informed about all aspects important from the industry’s point of view.

EYnovation is a program supporting the development of young entrepreneurs, startups, and scaleups in Poland. As part of it, a number of projects are implemented: mentoring, discussion clubs, hackathons, training, legal and tax advice, business scaling, and international expansion, as well as webcast StartUp Talk, with the participation of leading technology companies and enterprises that have implemented an innovative solution. Secfense webcasts can be viewed here.
EYnovation helps connect various market players, young entrepreneurs, startups, scaleups, venture capital funds, corporations, governmental and non-governmental organizations and universities.

The CyberMadeInPoland cluster is a collaborative platform and network that has been established to promote and enhance the cybersecurity industry in Poland. Its main objectives are twofold: first, to shape and develop a secure cyberspace within Poland, and second, to showcase and promote Polish cybersecurity companies on a global scale. The cluster serves as a hub for fostering cooperation and partnerships among various stakeholders, including scientific institutions, public administration entities, international corporations, industry and trade chambers, and other relevant partners. By facilitating collaboration and knowledge sharing, the cluster aims to drive innovation, strengthen the industry’s capabilities, and position Poland as a prominent player in the global cybersecurity ecosystem.

The CISO #Poland Foundation is an initiative aimed at bringing together over 160 cybersecurity leaders, encompassing a wide range of professionals such as experts, specialists, and practitioners from prominent private and state-owned companies. Additionally, it includes representatives from market regulators, academic institutions, government administration, and industry media. The foundation was established in November 2022 with the purpose of fostering a community of experts. Its membership consists of security heads from major companies across diverse sectors such as mining, manufacturing, defense, energy, heavy industry, chemicals, hydrocarbon processing and distribution, pharmaceuticals, banking, insurance, rail and air transportation, academic institutions, telecommunications operators, digital service providers, and consulting firms. Notably, the foundation also includes leaders from government offices, market regulators, and the government itself.

ISSA Poland is the Polish chapter of the international organization ISSA (Information Systems Security Association). It is a non-profit organization that brings together professionals working in the field of information security. The primary goal of ISSA Poland is to promote knowledge and best practices in the field of information security among its members and within the IT community.


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