The 2022 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards has given Britive the “Cloud Privileged Access Management Gold Medal.”

The Cybersecurity Excellence Awards honor individuals and companies that demonstrate excellence, innovation and leadership in information security. With over 900 entries in more than 250 award categories, the 2022 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards program is highly competitive. All winners reflect the very best in innovation and excellence in tackling today’s urgent cybersecurity challenges.

“We are thrilled to win the gold medal for Cloud Privileged Access Management,” said Art Poghosyan, CEO and Co-Founder of Britive.

“This award means as much for us as it does for organizations challenged with securing privileged access across the public cloud – that the Britive solution, which enables the automatic granting and expiring of Just-In-Time (JIT) privileges and secrets cross-cloud, empowers organizations to meet this challenge. Since our founding, Britive has championed innovation, collaboration, and customer focus, and we will continue to build our company and execute on our vision of becoming the leading privileged access management platform for multi-cloud organizations.”

The Cybersecurity Excellence Awards is a worldwide program produced by Cybersecurity Insiders in partnership with the Information Security Community on LinkedIn, tapping into the vast experience of over 500,000+ cybersecurity professionals to honor and recognize the world’s best cybersecurity products, professionals and organizations.

Britive has received key industry recognition recently, including:

  • The 2021 Cybersecurity Breakthrough Awards named Britive the winner of the Cloud Security Startup of the Year
  • CyberDefense Magazine selected Britive as a Finalist in the Black Unicorn Awards for CyberSecurity Startups 2021

Britive continues to innovate its product, launching the Advanced Data Analytics feature to deliver cross-cloud privilege intelligence and right-sizing recommendations, leveraging Snowflake’s data lake platform; enhancing the Just-in-Time (JIT) cloud privilege management platform with new integrations such as Okta and Google Workspace; and developing the Cloud Secrets Management feature, which is slated for release early this year.