Wiz debuts on Forbes Cloud 100 list

Founded in 2020, Wiz is the youngest company on the list.

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Wiz is excited to make our debut on the 2022 Forbes Cloud 100. Not only that, but we’re the youngest company to be featured. We’ve come a long way in a short amount of time, and we’ve done so by focusing on helping every company move to the cloud, safely. We start by thanking the many customers who have partnered with us on this journey.

We believe that the cloud is a transformational movement in technology. Enabling every company to securely move to the cloud is our primary purpose.

The Forbes Cloud 100 is a list we’ve long admired - it’s a who’s who of companies building for the future - and it is both a measuring stick and a bellwether for the software companies of today and of the future.

It is clear that every company will move to the cloud; but we believe it is also clear that the future belongs to companies that are founded in the cloud. And the security company of the future is one that is both built for and in the cloud. Wiz being part of this year’s Forbes Cloud 100 is just the beginning of our journey to being this security company.

For the full list, please visit forbes.com/cloud100.


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