SixThirty Cyber, the St. Louis-based cybersecurity startup accelerator, on Wednesday announced investments in six more startups.
All but one of the companies are from overseas, with three from Israel. To date, more than 75 percent of the SixThirty Cyber’s portfolio investments come from abroad.
The accelerator will invest up to $200,000 in the six startups, which are:
- AppsCo (Norway) – Makes software for cloud identity access management
- BotDoc (Colorado) – Offers software for the transfer of sensitive documents and data through a computer or mobile device
- Reblaze Technologies (Israel) – Developed cloud-based web security that defends against hacking and breaches as well as other bots
- Silverfort (Israel) – Works to protect corporate identities, critical assets and business data by securing authentication and access activity through a corporate network and cloud infrastructure
- SourceDefense (Israel) – Produces software designed to protect websites from attacks originating from third-party scripts
- Zighra (Canada) – Makes a product to protect mobile user accounts and data against remote and automated attacks with artificial intelligence
Over the next five years, the Cyber accelerator plans to invest $10 million into cybersecurity startups.
Read more: St. Louis Business Journal