These are the cybersecurity start-ups in Switzerland

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Feb 16, 2021

The latest edition of the Swiss Cybersecurity Start-up Map is out. Two new start-ups were recorded in the current quarter. The list will also be presented at the Swiss Cyber Security Days.

The Swiss cybersecurity start-up scene is growing and thriving. Dreamlab Technologies, Datastore and Swiss Cyber Security Days have updated their “Swiss Cybersecurity Start-up Map.” They say it provides an overview of Swiss IT security providers recognized for the quality of their solutions. In the current quarter, two new start-ups complete the map: Fidentity and Prodaft.

Startup Fidentity helps organizations digitize customer identification, according to the release. Prodaft provides cyber intelligence and cybersecurity services for various industries. The startup was named one of Europe’s 100 most successful technology companies by global media agency Red Herring.  “Cybersecurity is now at the heart of every organization’s priorities as it adjusts to a post-Covid-19 world,” said Sandra Tobler, a member of the Swiss Cybersecurity Start-up Map advisory board. Tobler will present the map at Swiss Cyber Security Days on March 11.

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