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Apr. 18, 2013 9:00 am

3 new companies join UMBC and Northrop Grumman cybersecurity program

Three new companies have joined Northrop Grumman‘s Cync Program, a cybersecurity partnership between the company and the Cyber Incubator@bwtech inside the UMBC Research and Technology Park. The companies joined the program last month, reports BmoreMedia, which lists the firms: iWebGate is relocating its headquarters from Perth, Australia, to Maryland. It is developing a multi-tenant security-tested network […]

Three new companies have joined Northrop Grumman‘s Cync Program, a cybersecurity partnership between the company and the Cyber Incubator@bwtech inside the UMBC Research and Technology Park.

The companies joined the program last month, reports BmoreMedia, which lists the firms:

  • iWebGate is relocating its headquarters from Perth, Australia, to Maryland. It is developing a multi-tenant security-tested network between private networks and the Internet;
  • DB Networks of Silicon Valley provides behavioral analysis of database security equipment. It intends to grow its mid-Atlantic region; and,
  • Baltimore’s Light Point Security, which is working on protecting corporate networks from web-based malware.

Cybersecurity firms spend 18 months as members of the Cync Program, which launched in 2011. Companies picked to join “receive funding, free office space in UMBC’s research park and access to research advice and resources,” according to the UMBC website.

Read the full story at BmoreMedia.

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