Launched in 2016, the startup continues to make waves on the global stage for its digital identity management solutions.
Lebanese digital identity management solutions provider, Myki, has announced that it has been acquired by global tech company, JumpCloud, a deal that will see it consolidate its tech and talent to manoeuvre the global tech landscape.
Founded in 2016 by Priscilla Elora Sharuk (COO) and Antoine Vincent Jebara (CEO), Myki was born on the TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield stage that year, immediately gaining traction for its approach to decentralised password management and data protection in general. The startup offers encrypted and decentralised identity management tools that allow users to consolidate and access passwords through one digital medium.
The acquisition will see Myki benefit from JumpCloud's global footprint, one built on a directory platform that centralises the management of user identities and devices through various identification methods including SSO, MDM and MFA. Ultimately, it enables small and medium-sized enterprises to adopt Zero Trust security models.