Tech4Trust is the first Swiss startup acceleration program in the field of digital trust and cybersecurity. Over 5-months, this program aims to boost startups developing innovative solutions to tackle the major challenge of trust and make sure to connect the participants with the organizations actually addressing trust issues.
CYSEC has been selected as one of the growth startups and will benefit from intense business and tech coaching from top IT players who partnered up with the Trust Valley. It will also enter the competition inside the acceleration program for the prestigious PwC SecTech Award.
The Trust Valley is a public-private partnership aimed at promoting the excellence of the Lake Geneva region in the field of digital trust and cybersecurity.
Public authorities, academic institutions and economic players are joining forces to promote this unique center of expertise and encourage the emergence of innovative projects.
Cooperation focuses on three main areas: the influence of this unique ecosystem, innovation and the networking of regional players in the field of digital trust and cybersecurity.
CYSEC SA is very proud of the Tech4Trust selection. As a cybersecurity company based on the EPFL Innovation Park in Lausanne, we have made it our mission to make cybersecurity more accessible. In order to achieve this mission, we developed a general-purpose security platform called ARCA, allowing clients to store data and execute applications in a Trusted Environment. By lowering the barriers to data and software protection, CYSEC enables its customers to benefit from a whole new level of flexibility and agility – a game-changer in a fast-paced digital world. CYSEC focuses on the provision of its cybersecurity solutions in four vertical sectors including financial services, IoT, space and telecoms.
Mathieu Bailly, VP Confidential Edge Computing at CYSEC said: “We are very happy to have been selected as one of the growth startups in this year’s Tech4Trust program! We want to thank the Trust Valley and all the partners involved as we look forward to join them in gaining valuable knowledge and enjoying extensive coaching!”
Dr Mathieu Bailly
VP Confidential Edge Computing