When Identity Matters Most

Designed for use in highly contested environments, Lastwall partners with government and defense agencies and critical infrastructure groups to prevent credential-based attacks and mitigate forward facing threats.

Securing Identity for Critical Missions

Lastwall’s primary focus on serving government and defense agencies created a strategic product advantage and significant competitive differentiation based on its security-first design (low attack surface, minimal SBOM) built to exceed current cybersecurity compliance mandates and combat forward facing nation-state threats.

By partnering with various governments and defense agencies, the Lastwall platform supports secure battlefield, remote, and on-premise logins for a range of active and passive use cases.

Protecting Vital Services

According to The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), “there are 16 critical infrastructure sectors whose assets, systems, and networks, whether physical or virtual, are considered so vital to the United States that their incapacitation or destruction would have a debilitating effect on security, national economic security, national public health or safety, or any combination thereof”

CISA goes on to state that “Critical infrastructure attacks are a preferred target for cyber criminals” and “nearly three-quarters of IT professionals in the security department believe that critical infrastructure is in great danger."

Lastwall is currently supporting the security and resilience of critical infrastructure groups with its battle-tested Identity as a Service platform to combat the increasing threat of disruption to the critical functionings of society.

Operational Efficiency

For secure access to cloud applications and networks, increasing workforce efficacy while also supporting distributed and remote environments.

Hardened Security Posture

Ensures that only approved and authorized personnel are allowed access to essential systems, networks, and data.

Cost & Livelihood

Protect your organization from being one of the 60% that go out of business within 6 months following a data breach or cyber attack. A typical data breach now costs $4.24 million per incident.

Trusted By

"DIU and Lastwall have been working together since 2017, and the platform has grown and delivered consistent value alongside our increasing needs. Lastwall's focus on Zero Trust and secure by design components, along with exceeding compliance requirements brings significant benefit to us, and we're excited to leverage some of their forward facing capabilities like post-quantum resilience as the threat landscape evolves."
John Chen
Chief Information Officer, Defense Innovation Unit

The Lastwall Platform

With the last wall in place, connected tech is renewed as a reliable place for creation, contribution, and innovation.