Agari Stock

agari.comEnterprise SoftwareFounded: 2009Funding to Date: $88.54MM

Agari is a cybersecurity company focused on protecting brands and people from devastating phishing and socially-engineered attacks.

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Team

Management Team

Raymond Lim
Chief Financial Officer
John Wilson
Field Chief Technology Officer
Patrick Peterson
Co-Founder & Executive Chairman
Markus Jakobsson Ph.D
Chief Scientist
Ravi Khatod
Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Vidur Apparao
Chief Technology Officer
Armen Najarian
Chief Marketing Officer

Board Members

Ariel Tseitlin
Scale Venture Partners
Patrick Peterson
Agari
Edward Gillick Jr.
Dell Technologies Capital
Rama Sekhar
Norwest Venture Partners
Martin Brauns
Olga Kaplan
Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division
Ravi Khatod
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News

Cybercriminals move quickly to compromise accounts within hours of stealing credentials via phishing, according to Agari research.
Agari, the next-generation Secure Email Cloud that restores trust to the inbox, announced today the appointment of veteran Silicon Valley executive, Doug Jones. He takes on the role of Chief Business Development and Strategy Officer in a worldwide capacity, working from Agari's Foster City, California headquarters.
Corporate fraud continues to make headlines, with "payroll diversion" ramping up, where HR administrators are duped into sending funds to fraudsters' accounts.