UK Government Opens a Center for Rapid Cybersecurity Advancement

More than half of large businesses in the UK have suffered a cyber-security attack in the last 12 months. In response, UK government opened a cyber-innovation center worth £13.5 million last month, meant to encourage cyber security innovators to scale and develop their solutions. At its launch ten organisations will make up the center’s first cohort, including B-Secur, Zonefox, Ioetec, Think Cyber Security, Trust Elevate, Aves Netsec, Cybershield, Cyberlytic, CyberOwl and Surevine.


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