Nethone – the leading global provider of AI-driven Anti-Fraud and Business Intelligence Solutions – has been recognized the most promising cyber security company in Poland. The jury, consisting of the representatives of key regional and global VCs, decided that Nethone will be the one and only start-up to present its products on the main stage of the 3rd European Cyber Security Forum, held in Cracow, in October 2017.
During the 2nd Polish Cyber Security Forum (CYBERSEC PL), held in Warsaw earlier this month, Nethone was selected as the best Polish cyber security start-up. The jury consisting of the representatives of PZU – the largest insurance company in Central and Eastern Europe, PGZ, Exatel, Evolution Equity Partners, and Mjolnir Venture recognized the Warsaw-based company the most promising participant of the Start-up Contest. As the winner of the competition, Nethone will have the privilege to present its products and operational capabilities on the main stage of the 3rd European Cyber Security Forum – the leading cybersec conference in CEE, gathering the industry’s top professionals, investors and policy makers from across the continent.
“I am happy, proud and extremely excited. Being recognized the best Polish young cybersec company is a great honour and proves that what we do as well as the way we do it is right” – said Hubert Rachwalski, COO, Nethone. “Having our pitch evaluated positively by experts who, throughout their careers, have examined and evaluated hundreds of businesses, not only ensures us that we are heading the right direction but also opens new development and funding opportunities for us.”
3rd European Cyber Security Forum will be held in Cracow, on 9-10 October 2017. More details are available on the conference’s official website.