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Riskive, Federal Hill cybersecurity startup, will hire up to 27 people this year

Federal Hill cybersecurity startup performs predictive security for government agencies and private companies.

Full disclosure: Betamore cofounder Mike Brenner is a partner with Technically Baltimore, which works from Betamore on occasion.

Federal Hill-based cybersecurity firm Riskive will hire between 18 and 27 people this year, mostly junior- to senior-level developers and engineers.
The two-month-old startup, which works from Betamore, works in the field of predictive cybersecurity, as BmoreMedia reports:

It is a predictive cybersecurity company for government agencies and private companies. Instead of waiting for a cyber attack that shuts down a computer system or a virus that infects a network, Riskive identifies potential attackers and how they can be addressed.

Read the full story at BmoreMedia.

Companies: ZeroFOX / Betamore

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