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Egress named as one of Europe’s fastest growing companies by the Financial Times

Egress has been recognised in the 2021 FT1000, the Financial Times’ annual list of Europe’s fastest growing companies.

London, UK – 4th March 2021 – Egress has been named as one of Europe’s fastest-growing companies in the Financial Times’ FT1000. Published annually, the FT1000 analyses revenue growth to identify Europe’s most promising businesses across all industries. This is the second year running that Egress has ranked on the list, which recognizes European businesses with demonstrated rapid, sustainable and predominantly organic growth. 

Egress CEO and Co-Founder Tony Pepper comments, “We’re delighted to have been named as one of Europe’s fastest growing companies by the Financial Times. Egress is an ambitious, innovative business, and this inclusion in the list highlights our ongoing success in what is undoubtedly a competitive market. We look forward to accelerating our growth further, as we continue to deliver intelligent technology that answers genuine business needs.”

The full FT1000 rankings can be found here.

About Egress

As advanced persistent threats continue to evolve, we recognize that people are the biggest risk to organizations’ security and are most vulnerable when using email.

Egress is the only cloud email security platform to continuously assess human risk and dynamically adapt policy controls, preparing customers to defend against advanced phishing attacks and outbound data breaches before they happen. Leveraging contextual machine learning and neural networks, with seamless integration using cloud-native API architecture, Egress provides enhanced email protection, deep visibility into human risk, and instant time to value.

Trusted by the world’s biggest brands, Egress is private equity backed with offices in London, Sheffield, Cheltenham, New York, Boston, and Toronto.