Cynalytica joins Cyber Runway Grow

Cynalytica International Joins the UK’s Largest Cyber Startup Accelerator

November 17, 2021

We are thrilled to officially announce that Cynalytica International has been selected to join Cyber Runway, a Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) – backed accelerator program designed to strengthen the UK’s cyber ecosystem and accelerate the growth of a new generation of breakthrough cyber startups to improve national security, stimulate innovation and drive economic growth.

Cyber Runway will directly address the challenges facing the sector, including diversity, regional representation and support for the most promising innovators at various stages of growth. The program is delivered by Plexal in partnership with CyLon, Deloitte and CSIT (The Centre for Secure Information Technologies) and provides three distinct streams of dedicated curricula for cyber startups based on their growth phase: Launch, Grow and Scale.  

Cynalytica International is an Industrial Control System (ICS) cybersecurity company dedicated to the development of both software and hardware technologies that help protect critical national infrastructure. The company will join a cohort of 108 cyber entrepreneurs, startups, SMEs and scaleups across the UK focused on solving challenges like cyber-physical threats to critical national infrastructure, ransomware, cyber fraud, cloud security, improving threat intelligence and boosting education using emerging technologies such as AI, quantum and cloud security. The full membership list confirms that Cyber Runway will not only be the largest cyber startup accelerator in the UK, but the most diverse community of cyber founders in the country.

We are honoured to be a part of this exciting program and are very much looking forward to collaborating with the Cyber Runway team and fellow members in the coming months.  

Click here to read the Cyber Runway Press Release and to learn more about the UK’s biggest cyber startup accelerator!

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