RazorSecure CEO Alex Cowan presented live on the Cyber Innovation Stage at InfoSecurity Europe, Olympia London in the finals of the competition.
Sponsored by The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport and Atkins, RazorSecure were selected in the top 4 companies and therefore part of the final stage of the competition. As part of the process Razorsecure had to navigate many rounds, having fought off competition from an initial 40 entrants, culminating in the final 5 minute presentation and question session with a panel of 5 expert judges including Dave Palmer, Director of Technology at Darktrace, Nicola Whiting, Chief Strategy Officer at Titania, Gary Brailsford-Hart, Director of Information & CISO at City of London Police.
Alex Cowan, RazorSecure CEO said:
“Although we are disappointed to not ultimately win this award we are very proud to have got this far in the process and be awarded runner-up in the competition, especially considering that we were against some very strong competitors. It has been a fantastic experience for us and there is plenty that we will take away to help us build our business, not only throughout the rest of this year, but also into 2019.
I would like to thank the judges and everyone who has been part of this amazing experience.”
RazorSecure would like to congratulate the winners of the competition KETS Quantum Security along with the other finalists.