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[Funding News] AuthZed Raises $12 Million Series A Funding from General Catalyst

NYC-based Permissions management startup AuthZed has secured $12 million of Series A fundraising led by General Catalyst, with continued participation from Work-Bench, YCombinator, and Amplify Partners.

NYC-based Permissions management startup AuthZed has secured $12 million of Series A fundraising led by General Catalyst, with continued participation from Work-Bench, YCombinator, and Amplify Partners.

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AuthZed Series A funding will enable us to build and commercialize our next round of big bets. Startup plan to bring Materialize product to general availability so that everyone will be able to take advantage of denormalization and incremental view maintenance with relationship-based access control (ReBAC), accelerating checks and providing an access control change stream.

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“This funding will help our team continue to support our customers to add meaningful user experiences to their products powered by our scalable and flexible permissions system architecture,” said Chief Executive Moshenko. “Federation is a fundamental part of what makes the internet an interesting place and helping our customers’ end users securely share their most sensitive information with confidence and precision drives us forward.”

AuthZed build the tools companies need to provide performant and scalable authorization for their applications. Startup is backed by institutional and individual investors with a proven track record for building successful, enterprise-focused companies.

About AuthZed

Founded in 2020 by Jake Moshenko, Joey Schorr and Jimmy Zelinskie, AuthZed, a leader in permissions systems as a service is on a mission to help every organization build fast and secure authorization that scales. As the creators of the open-source project SpiceDB, AuthZed has established a scalable and consistent system for storing and computing permissions data—use it to build fine-grained authorization services.

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