Infocyte to present at the MAVA TechBuzz Summer 2016
Rash of Malware Related Breaches Validates Infocyte HUNT Market Position and Selection as an Innovative New Technology to Address this Enterprise Problem
BOSTON, MA and SAN ANTONIO, TX | JUNE 3, 2016
Infocyte, a provider of agentless hunt technology that eradicates malware and persistent threats, announced that it has been selected as one of 20 start-ups to present at the Mid-Atlantic Venture Association’s (MAVA) TechBuzz Summer 2016 event on June 16th at the UMBC Columbus Center at the Inner Harbor in Baltimore, MD. With an audience of hundreds of business leaders, innovators, experienced company-builders, corporate strategic partners, potential acquirers, and active investors, the company will present their innovative approach to automating the process of malware and threat hunting with the Infocyte HUNT™ solution.
“We are pleased to have Infocyte join us as one of 20 start-up companies selected to be showcased at TechBuzz Summer 2016,” said Julia Spicer, Executive Director, MAVA. “Their disruptive approach to cybersecurity with an innovative hunt solution that can identify whether an organization is truly breached or not earned them one of the coveted presentation spots.”
The TechBuzz Summer line-up of companies represents some of the latest in emerging tech trends, from financial technologies to education products, from healthcare data management to security solutions. Featured TechBUZZ presenting companies were selected because of their innovative technology or approach to a commerce or enterprise problem. The program will provide an unparalleled opportunity for the 20 selected companies to share their company demo and fund-raising pitch, in a four-minute format, with an audience of hundreds of business leaders, fellow innovators, experienced company-builders, corporate strategic partners, potential acquirers and active.
“We are pleased to be chosen as one of a select few companies from hundreds of organizations to present at TechBuzz,” said Kurt A. Mueffelmann, president and COO of Infocyte. “Infocyte HUNT’s market differentiation, ease of use and timeliness as a result of the sheer number of world-wide breaches makes threat hunting a must have solution for every enterprise.”
About Infocyte, Inc.
Developed by former US Air Force cybersecurity officers, Infocyte’s hunt technology fills a void left by today’s real-time detection solutions. By focusing on the post-compromise activity of persistent attackers and insider threats, Infocyte’s unique approach to security helps organizations defend their networks and critical information. For more information go to www.infocyte.com or follow us on @InfocyteInc.
The Mid-Atlantic Venture Association (MAVA) brings together company-builders from across the country and at every stage of development, providing a trusted public showcase to promote these enterprises, from promising startups to publicly-traded success stories. TechBUZZ, in particular, offers a public platform for community partners and their companies and helps shape a supportive ecosystem for the earliest of start-ups.
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