The National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) and Plexal have revealed four newest startups joining their Cybersecurity Accelerator Program.
Companies participating in the 12-week program known as NCSC for Startups gain technical expertise to advance their technology and business.
NCSC, part of British intelligence agency GCHQ, is running a startup initiative with Plexal, an innovation hub based in Olympic Park, East London.
Four new startups have raised a total of £430m following 60 alumni companies to complete their cyber accelerator. NCSC is the successor to NCSC’s Cyber Accelerator.
Saj Huq, CCO and Head of Innovation at Plexal, said: .
Huq adds: “This requires cross-sectoral innovation and collaboration between governments, start-ups and industry. ”
NCSC for Startups 2023 Cohort
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RoboShadow develops cybersecurity software that provides network monitoring, device management, and SaaS compliance.
The company has a range of cybersecurity tools and “is working on digital fingerprinting of devices to help secure networks.” Its users include government customers.
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