Come check out the Byos Portable Secure Gateway at Hardwear.io’s HardPWN Hardware Hacking Contest Sept. 23-27, 2019 in The Hague, Netherlands.
Plug and Play, in collaboration with their partners, has hand-selected 123 startups to participate in their Fall 2019 accelerator batches. The selected companies will take part in a three month program revolving around the Brand & Retail, Cybersecurity, Energy & Sustainability, Fintech, Food & Beverage, New Materials & Packaging, and Supply Chain & Logistics industries.
While on a business trip in 2016, Matias Katz realized there was a significant gap in protecting his computer and tablet while travelling – where connecting to public networks in airports, hotels and coffee shops using a VPN was not enough to feel secure and protected. He asked himself, "Can network security protection be automated using a small, low-powered hardware device?"
After three years of research and development and the launch of his company, Byos, the Portable Secure Gateway is the answer.
Creative Destruction Lab-Atlantic has revealed the 11 companies that have graduated from its 2018-19 cohort.
Operating out of Dalhousie University, the CDL-Atlantic just finished its second cohort, which began last autumn with just over two dozen companies being mentored by some of the region’s top business leaders. The organization never reveals its participants until they graduate as the numbers dwindle as the cohort progresses.
The CDL began a few years ago at University of Toronto and now offers programing in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, Halifax, New York and Oxford, England.
Volta is excited to grow our community of innovators with the addition of two new Resident companies and official welcoming of four early stage startups as part of the Volta Cohort program.
Volta is thrilled to welcome the latest startups to join Volta Cohort. Six Atlantic Canadian technology startups were chosen to each receive a $25,000 investment from Volta Cohort, a micro-fund co-founded by Volta, BDC Capital, Innovacorp and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA). The companies will also receive mentorship from experienced entrepreneurs and resources to help grow their businesses.