Identity management platform ZITADEL collects $2.5m seed

Identity management platform ZITADEL has collected $2.5m in its seed funding round, which was led by Nexus Venture Partners.

ZITADEL was founded on the idea of a streamlined, cloud-native identity management platform that can accelerate time-to-market for software projects. Its system includes ready-to-use self-service features, customisable and secure logins, and more.

It claims that clients can quickly implement new authentication and authorisation systems, with easy-to-use integrations in multiple languages and frameworks.

Some of its new capabilities include multi-tenancy, unlimited audit trails, improved ability to self-host, and support for serverless deployments and more.

ZITADEL co-founder and CEO Florian Forster said, “Amidst today’s complex software projects, ZITADEL provides a turnkey solution that allows developers to get started easily with a secure login, user management, multi-factor authentication, social logins, authorization management, and great APIs.

“With ZITADEL, we provide an important component to improve the overall security of a project while reducing your time-to-market.”

Lumos, a compliance and identity management solution, launched from stealth following the close of a $30m funding round.

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