Back to Blog

Hook Security joins Tampa Bay Wave’s CyberTech|X Accelerator program

Larkin Anders

Tampa Bay Wave is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping entrepreneurs build and grow their startup technology businesses. Chosen tech companies are given a chance to be a part of their Accelerator programs that assists in growing their businesses with access to investors, mentors and exclusive events. This past week, Tampa Bay Wave announced their first ever, inaugural, CyberTech|X Accelerator program by announcing it’s group of 15 promising cybersecurity startups.

And we are excited to announce we are one of those 15! 

The new cybersecurity program was created to promote awareness throughout the region and assist startup cybersecurity companies. The 90-day virtual course includes mentoring and sales training. On April 23rd, at the end of the program, founders are given the opportunity to pitch their company to accredited investors, venture capitalists and other cybersecurity industry leaders.

“Tampa Bay Wave is proud to launch this new accelerator program that will not only provide support to innovative cybersecurity startups throughout the US and beyond, but also showcase the growing cluster of cybersecurity firms already in the region.” said Linda Olson, president and founder of Tampa Bay Wave. “Programs like the CyberTech|X Accelerator can go a long way to further cultivate and develop tech and cybersecurity talent here in Tampa Bay.”

We are thrilled to join the new accelerator program and cannot wait to expand psychological security into the world of cybersecurity!


Share on social media: 

More from the Blog

Security Awareness Training: How to Convert Vulnerable Employees into Confident Defenders

Adequate security awareness training will help keep your business compliant, and you will have no problem taking your business to the next level in the long run. It’s definitely not an easy thing to achieve, but if you manage it properly, nothing will be able to stand in your way.

Read Story

What’s New at Hook: Instant Training Moments, 200+ New Phishing Templates, and more.

The latest wave of product updates is here, and it’s packed full of new ways to train your users.

Read Story

What Were The Most Common Phishing Emails of 2020?

One of the most common ways that hackers are attacking businesses nowadays is via phishing emails. These look just like regular emails, but they contain either a link to a hacked website that steals personal/company data or they have a compromised attachment filled with viruses. Here were the most common phishing emails of 2020

Read Story

Never miss a post.

Enter your email below to be added to our blog newsletter and stay informed, educated, and entertained!
We will never share your email address with third parties.