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Our Mission
Fostering resilient organizations rooted in accountability, risk-awareness and transparency
We’re building the first GRC platform centered on people and collaboration. When people can work together on risk, they are more agile and responsive to future challenges, helping them make the best of tomorrow’s possibilities.
About us
Who we are
We’re SaltyCloud—a growing team of people who, in 2017, serendipitously came together in Austin, Texas to form a public benefit company (PBC). That meant that no matter where the road took us, our company's DNA would always consider the interests of all our stakeholders—customers, employees, investors, society, and mother earth.
Our Values
Our values are deeply important to our success
and we wear them on our sleeve proudly
Think about people first

We put ourselves in other people’s shoes, from designing our product to partnering with our customers

Do the right thing

We speak up, take accountability, and are humble

Try unique solutions

We push ourselves to think about what can be done, not just what’s done before

Take initiative

We are proactive, move quickly, and adapt to rapid change

Prioritize & strategize

We look for effective solutions that get results, including choosing what not to do

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What does 'SaltyCloud' mean?

Our name ‘SaltyCloud’ reflects the core principles that shape our company and solutions. ‘Salty’ has dual meanings. In the world of cybersecurity, ‘salting’ is a technique that fortifies data, making it harder to crack. It also represents the ‘salt of the earth’ philosophy, embodying our genuine, honest, and reliable approach. ‘Cloud’ highlights that we deliver modern, cloud-based technology solutions. As a Public Benefit Company, we chose this name to symbolize our commitment to building secure, accessible technology that aligns with our mission of making a positive impact on society.

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confidently with
collaborative GRC tooling