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Security Startup Challenge 2015

Join Security Startup Challenge 2015, a free business accelerator for cybersecurity startups.

Cybersecurity is an increasingly hot topic, and a booming business - but creating or growing an effective security startup can be challenging. Security Startup Challenge 2015 is a free business acceleration program backed by Kaspersky Lab and Mangrove and ABRT venture funds, companies which are all proven players.

The three-month program is designed to help startups master technical and business skills and access professional networks in order to successfully grow their business. SSC 2015 kicks off in Luxembourg in May at a five-day event featuring presentations, discussions and practical sessions and input from leading technology, startup and venture capital representatives. Selected startups will then be invited to attend future events and mentoring sessions, with a final event being held at MIT in Boston.

The program offers great opportunities for knowledge transfer, skills enhancement and networking, all of benefit to any startup. Three startups will also receive financial support and one will be offered additional post-program press and media support.

Registration for SSC 2015 is now open at www.SSC2015.org
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