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Secfense at American Bankers Association Podcast


Secfense was invited to American Bankers Association Podcast to explain how banks can switch to passwordless to eliminate all phishing risks.

Marcin Szary at State of Identity Podcast


Marcin Szary, Secfense CTO and cofounder was a guest at the State of Identity Podcast hosted by Cameron D’Ambrosi from the Liminal Strategy Partners site. Here’s a brief summary of the Secfense episode. To listen to the whole thing, please visit the Liminal page.

Secfense pitched in front of Google specialists


Fifteen new companies that make a significant contribution – not only in their regions but also globally – to protect the security of applications, systems, and Internet security in general. And Secfense, among them, with our User Access Security Broker, a technology that facilitates the adoption of multi-factor authentication (MFA) in large organizations.

Secfense in Cyber Defense Magazine


Why is Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) No Longer Enough? There is an open authentication standard, a new sheriff in town and its name is FIDO2. What distinguishes FIDO2 compared to other MFA methods is that it is the only authentication method that is fully resistant to phishing and the theft of logins and passwords.

Secfense in Cyber Defense Magazine


Tomasz Kowalski from Secfense was invited to write a story titled 'Cybercriminals Hunt For Medical Data. Zero Trust As The Only Good Option To Keep The Healthcare System Secure' for Cyber Defence Magazine. Here's the link to the article.

Secfense in Brilliance Security Magazine


Tomasz Kowalski, CEO and co-founder of Secfense shares his views in the story about cybercrime in healthcare for Brilliance Security Magazine.

Secfense in Cyber Defense Magazine


Marcin Szary, the co-founder and CTO of Secfense was invited to write a story for Cyber Defense Magazine December 2021 Edition. Marcin discusses the chances of Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) of protecting countries from cybercriminals.

Secfense in Q&A with SafetyDetectives


Secfense was invited to participate in a Q&A session with SafetyDetectives magazine. SafetyDetectives is a publishing group of cybersecurity experts, privacy researchers, and technical product reviewers.

Secfense in Enterprise Security Magazine


The use of private email accounts for official business within state administration is not only Polish flaw. According to Sky News, in 2020 alone, as many as 151 breach incidents were reported in the British Ministry of Defense as a consequence of the transfer of secret information.

Secfense featured in Hardware Pioneers


The recent scandal concerns Poland where hackers managed to take over the email account of the Chief of the Chancellery and published the content of official correspondence. Other countries are not safe from the attacks either, as in the case of the United Kingdom. What is the criminals’ modus operandi?

Secfense in Eminetra Magazine


Increasingly reported leaks of sensitive data from email accounts or improperly protected applications are targeted at businesses, individuals, and politicians. In Poland, hackers recently hijacked the prime minister’s email account and released content – ​​official communications.

Secfense in Today UK News


Leaks of confidential data from email accounts or inappropriately secured applications are increasingly being reported – and the targets are businesses, individuals and politicians. How could politicians and employees be protected against similar attacks?

Secfense in GlobalSecurityMag


Hackers obtain user digital identity through phishing emails. This is why everyone and, especially, people with access to sensitive information, should use the so called additional factor. With hundred per cent accuracy, this solution provides confirmation on user identity.

Secfense featured by VentureOut


VentureOut 2020 Cyber Alum Secfense Scores a Big One with BNP Paribas Bank Polska. The bank has started cooperation with Secfense, a Polish cybersecurity startup. Strong authentication ensures equally high-security levels for both users requesting access from home and at the office.

Secfense featured in IT Key Media


Polish Cyber Security Startup Secfense Is Looking to Expand in the UK. Krakow-based security startup Secfense, which aims to redefine the new default for strong user authentication, is looking for new capital to set up a branch in the United Kingdom.

Enterprise Security Magazine about Secfense


Secfense is setting the New Default for 2FA and User Access Security Policies. Our team was thrilled when the news from Enterprise Security magazine came. It turned that Secfense was listed among the Top 10 Multi-Factor Authentication Solution Providers in Europe.


We are excited to partner with Secfense to enhance our user access security for our web apps. By integrating their User Access Security Broker, we ensure seamless and secure protection for our applications and systems, delivering superior security and convenience to our customers.

Charm Abeywardana

IT & Infrastructure

Visium Networks

Before investing in Secfense, we had the opportunity to talk to its existing clients. Their reactions were unanimous: wow, it’s so easy to use. We were particularly impressed by the fact that implementing their solution does not require the involvement of IT developers. It gives Secfense a huge advantage over the competition, and at the same time opens the door to potential customers who so far were afraid of changes related to the implementation of multi-factor authentication solutions.

Mateusz Bodio

Managing Director


Even when the network and infrastructure are secured enough, social engineering and passwords can be used to gain control of the system by attackers. Multifactor authentication is the current trend. Secfense addresses this and allows you to build zero trust security and upgrade your current systems to passwordless applications within minutes, solving this problem right away,” said Eduard Kučera, Partner at Presto Ventures and cybersecurity expert – former Director in hugely successful Czech multinational cyber security firm Avast.

Eduard Kučera


Presto Ventures

One of the biggest challenges the world is facing today is securing our identity online. That’s why we were so keen to have Secfense in our portfolio. They make it possible to introduce strong authentication in an automated way. Until now, organizations had to selectively protect applications because the deployment of new technology was very hard, or even impossible. With Secfense, the implementation of multi-factor authentication is no longer a problem, and all organizations can use the highest standards of authentication security.

Stanislav Ivanov

Founding Partner

Tera Ventures

We are faced with new challenges every day. We must always be one step ahead of the attackers and know what they are going to do before they do it. We are convinced that the User Access Security Broker will bring security to a new level, both for those working at the office and from home. For us, working with Secfense is an opportunity to exchange experience with developers who put great value on out-of-the-box thinking.

Krzysztof Słotwiński

Business Continuity and Computer Security Officer

BNP Paribas Bank Poland

Two-factor authentication is known to be one of the best ways to protect against phishing; however, its implementation has always been difficult. Secfense helped us solve that problem. With their security broker, we were able to introduce various 2FA methods on our web applications at once.

Dariusz Pitala

Head of IT