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Light Point Security makes final 5 in WSJ Startup of the Year contest [VIDEO]

The UMBC-based cybersecurity startup made it through the most recent elimination round on Sept. 26.

Zuly Gonzalez of Light Point Security speaking at Baltimore's cybersecurity Meetup in July.

Maryland cybersecurity company Light Point Security keeps climbing the ranks in the Wall Street Journal’s Startup of the Year competition. It’s now one of five startups remaining from a field of 24.
As Baltimore reported, Light Point was picked, along with 23 other startups, from more than 500 applicants. The cybersecurity startup is based out of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and makes browsing software to protect Internet users from malware attacks.
Vote for Light Point Security in the Startup of the Year contest.
A video from the Wall Street Journal announcing the five finalists:

Companies: University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) / Light Point Security
People: Zuly Gonzalez

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