Wilmington cybersecurity startup selected as SXSW V2Venture finalist - Technical.ly Delaware

Business

Jul. 7, 2015 7:29 am

Wilmington cybersecurity startup selected as SXSW V2Venture finalist

My Digital Shield will be pitching in Las Vegas on July 22.

V2V is held at the Bellagio.

(Photo by Flickr user Ed Schipul, used under a Creative Commons license)

SXSW V2Venture, the latest program in a (rapidly) growing family of SXSW events, has announced the finalists for this year’s competition.

While the Las Vegas-based event does hold panels, discussions, hands-on demonstrations and a slew of networking events, the big show is V2V’s pitch competition. The competition brings together some of the best up-and-coming startups from across the country to pitch venture capitalists in classic demo-pit fashion. Startups are placed into categories such entertainment and content, health and wearables and social.

One of five startups selected to compete in the V2V finals for enterprise and smart data technologies is Wilmington-based cybersecurity startup My Digital Shield, which provides network protection for small businesses.

The pitch event will take place Wednesday, July 22.

See the finalists -30-
LEAVE A COMMENT

Advertisement

Supreme Court ruling on sports betting could mean big things for this Delaware startup

LendEDU: How not to create content for your business

WilmInvest, D150 Fueling and O-P-S win Hen Hatch 2018

SPONSORED

Delaware

10 Delaware brands totally crushing it on social media

Wilmington, DE

The Archer Group

Associate Business Analyst

Apply Now
Philadelphia, PA

160over90

Digital Creative Director

Apply Now
Philadelphia, PA

Fox School of Business, Temple University

Non-Tenure Track Assistant Professor / Director, IEI Accelerator Programs

Apply Now

The Hen Hatch grand finale returns to the Queen on April 24

Meet the Padua students who rocked the Girls Go CyberStart competition

Wilmington’s Straw Bale House Project has officially broken ground

SPONSORED

Delaware

13 innovative technologies being developed in Delaware

Sign-up for regular updates from Technical.ly

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!