Security startup ForgeRock raised $93 million just as a global pandemic was breaking out.
ForgeRock was backed by a host of major VC firms including Riverwood Capital, Accel, and KKR Growth. The firm is a major player in the digital identity market, which Markets and Markets says could be worth $30 billion by 2024.
Founded in 2010, San Francisco-headquartered ForgeRock counts the BBC and BMW among its clients.
ID verification is one of the few industries to have seen a boost due to COVID-19, as employees around the world access their work systems from home. Governments are also considering ID verification systems to power immunity certificates for people recovered from COVID-19.
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We got an exclusive look at the (redacted) pitch deck ForgeRock used to bring investors on board: