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New accelerator for cybersecurity startups launches in Virginia [Links]

"The best thing about Mailstrom is that it has a dashboard that lets you quickly delete huge swaths of messages from a single sender or company."

How to Lighten the Crush of E-Mail [New York Times]: “The best thing about Mailstrom is that it has a dashboard that lets you quickly delete huge swaths of messages from a single sender or company.”
Mining the Series A Crunch with CrunchBase [TechCrunch]: “[W]e are publishing our own list of companies worth watching and it’s free for anyone to download.”
Startup Weekend Impact Report 2012 [Startup Weekend]: “During Global Entrepreneurship Week, 500 teams were formed at 67 events in 34 countries around the globe in what was by far the largest startup competition to ever take place.”
Tech Council of Maryland Praises Tech-Friendly Legislative Session [citybizlist]: ” ‘Maryland’s policy makers delivered on our biggest priorities: stronger incentives for R&D and biotechnology, new incentives for cybersecurity investments, and corporate tax code certainty for employers.’ ”
Accelerator to lead the nation in new cyber technology company creation [Virginia.gov]: “Governor Bob McDonnell announced today the creation of MACH37™, America’s premier market-centric cyber security accelerator to be located at the Center for Innovative Technology.”

Companies: Maryland Tech Council / 410 Labs / Startup Weekend / State of Maryland / TechCrunch

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