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8 cybersecurity start-ups join Cyber London accelerator

Europe’s first dedicated cyber security start-up accelerator and incubator, Cyber London, has announced the start-ups participating in its second programme.

Selected from a shortlist of international applicants, the successful start-ups were announced at Cyber London’s West London offices.

The eight start-ups who start Cyber London‘s second programme this week are:

 

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Aves Netsec, Finland

An adaptive cyber deception system for efficiently countering the advanced attacker.

BitNinja, Hungary

The first integrated server defense network powered by a machine-learning system

Fabric, UK

Secure and private mobile communications

Mazor, Israel

Solution for detection of threats on network and security components.

Simudyne, UK

Identifies and reduces the risk from cyber attacks.

Torsion InfoSec, UK

Delivering accurate rules and classifications-driven security for SharePoint and Office 365: Simple, Precise and Robust.

UkkoBox, UK and Brazil

An easy tool that safely encrypts and spreads user files to existing cloud providers worldwide.

Verity, South Africa

Enables organisations to prevent document forgery through digital document certification.

Cyber London’s accelerator programme consists of a 14-week programme where teams are given access to professional training and guidance from a network of mentors and investors.

At the end of the programme, the companies present their business at an in-house demo day. In addition to training, mentorship and fully-furnished office space, the teams receive a £15,000 investment in return for 3 per cent equity.

Kirsten Connell, the new MD of Cyber London, said: "We are thrilled to welcome such a diverse and impressive cohort into the second Cyber London programme.

"The breadth of talent in the early stage cyber security sector continues to fill us and our partners with confidence in Cyber London’s value to both entrepreneurs and the wider economy. I look forward to working with the teams over the coming months and helping them to go from strength to strength."

 
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