Teleport Named to Citizens JMP Cyber 66 List

Now in its tenth year, the annual report recognizes the cybersecurity vendors that are well positioned to influence the market landscape, characterized this year by a shift in customer buying patterns, enhanced cybersecurity disclosure rules, and a rise in high-profile breaches leveraging identity-based attacks.

“Threat actors are taking aim at credentials and human error to infiltrate organizations, causing widespread disruption for companies and individuals in sectors such as healthcare and financial services,” said Ev Kontsevoy, CEO of Teleport. “Teleport addresses these issues by securing access to infrastructure using cryptographic identity and zero trust. This eliminates attack surfaces and bounds the blast radius, making infrastructure resilient to identity-based attacks.”

“Although the recent macroeconomic environment has created a significant level of uncertainty for companies and investors, threat actors have not slowed their rate of attacks simply due to turmoil in the financial markets,” says report co-author Trevor Walsh, Director of Equity Research at Citizens JMP. “Within the past year, we’ve seen a growing rate of cyberattacks targeting identity that demonstrates the need to lock down attack surfaces and fortify resilience to threat actors.”

The addition of Teleport to the Cyber 66 comes on the heels of Teleport’s recent product launches that tightly couple identity security and policy governance with secure, zero-trust infrastructure access, empowering teams to readily govern identity and policy and instantly remediate across disparate infrastructure silos. Other recent announcements include a strategic collaboration agreement with AWS. For more information about Teleport, visit

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