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CyberHive shortlisted for Most Innovative Cyber SME 2022


CyberHive has been shortlisted as a finalist in the UK’s Most Innovative Cyber SME 2022 contest, along with thirteen of the UK’s creative and original information security businesses.

The competition is run by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) in partnership with Infosecurity Europe, Europe’s most influential information security event, and technology trade association techUK.

David Blundell, Managing Director and CTO, CyberHive, says:
We are delighted to have our technology and novel solutions recognised by DCMS. This serves to validate our creative and innovative approach to cyber security in helping to secure organisations, industries, and infrastructure as we move into the era of Quantum Computing. As a scaling SME, being able to promote our solutions and expertise at showcase events such as Infosec Europe is invaluable as we focus on educating potential customers and forging industry partnerships with the mission to make data breaches a thing of the past.

As a relatively new brand we are also looking forward to exploring potential collaborations – joining forces with other innovative institutes is key to success, and CyberHive’s product ethos enables an integrated and synergistic approach to deliver highly valuable digital security solutions to give customers peace of mind in an increasingly connected society.”

The contest is judged by a panel of cybersecurity experts. The winner will be announced live on the Innovation Showcase stage at Infosecurity Europe 2022 (21-23 June at ExCeL London).

Nicole Mills, Exhibition Director at Infosecurity Group, comments: “Once again, the contest has attracted entries from an exciting array of companies that bring something truly unique to the UK’s information security market. Together, they cover the entire spectrum of security threats, challenges and opportunities facing organisations in 2022 – from threat intelligence to third party risk. At Infosecurity Europe, our vision is for a future that is dependable, and in which we all play a role in keeping our society secure. With businesses like our 14 finalists leading the way, this vision feels absolutely achievable.


In alphabetical order, here are all the finalists:

  • Blackwired
  • C2 Cyber
  • Conatix
  • CyberHive
  • Ioetec
  • iQuila
  • NquiringMinds
  • Praeferre Ltd
  • Red Maple Technologies
  • Risk Ledger
  • SafeShark
  • TryHackMe
  • Worldr

The full conference programme for Infosecurity Europe 2022 is available is on their website.

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