GuardX is now part of a cybersecurity incubator called Cync that facilitates the federal marketspace for these startups and companies.  With the increased commotion over recent cyberattacks directed to American companies (to see a list of the most recent attacks, visit Hackmaggedon), companies both public and private will look to arm their most prized possession: data. These companies represent a group of promising companies that will contribute to this increased demand for cybersecurity. As documented in the Northrop Grumman news feed:

“The technology emerging from the Cync program is truly leading-edge,” said Chris Valentino, program director, Cyber and Intelligence Mission Solutions, Northrop Grumman. “That’s why we launched it; to get these ideas out of the proverbial ‘garage,’ cultivated and making a difference for our customer. I continue to be amazed at the endless stream of innovation and pleased that we can help these companies nurture their technology and business plans to make a difference in global security.”

“Cync is a global cyber startup initiative created by Northrop Grumman and bwtech@UMBC to cultivate the brightest ideas in cybersecurity and commercialize these innovations for use in the federal marketspace. Formed in 2011, this partnership has created pathways for technology-driven startups to speed advanced solutions to customers, while providing extensive business incubation expertise and access to capital and talent to help companies thrive.”

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