Leeds cybersecurity startup BlackDice has been selected by Google for participation in its European Cybersecurity Growth Programme.
The Google programme aims to identify and nurture the most promising cybersecurity startups in Europe. It provides selected companies with comprehensive resources, mentorship, and strategic guidance to accelerate their growth and maximise their impact in the industry.
BlackDice’s selection for this programme underscores its position as a trailblazer in the cybersecurity space. The company’s advanced suite of cybersecurity solutions offers robust protection against evolving digital threats, providing peace of mind to businesses and individuals alike. With a focus on artificial intelligence and machine learning, BlackDice has gained a reputation for its proactive and adaptive approach to safeguarding digital assets.
“Being chosen by Google for the European Cybersecurity Growth Programme validates our dedication to delivering solutions that address the complex cybersecurity challenges that residential and SME telecom subscribers face today,” said Paul Hague, CEO and founder of BlackDice. “We are excited about the opportunity to collaborate with Google and leverage their expertise to enhance our capabilities further and expand our reach.”
Through participation in the European Cybersecurity Growth Programme, BlackDice will gain access to a network of industry experts, mentorship from seasoned professionals, and tailored resources designed to foster accelerated growth. The programme will also provide BlackDice with opportunities for collaboration and partnership with other leading players in the cybersecurity ecosystem.
BlackDice plans to “actively engage with the programme, leveraging the knowledge and expertise gained to drive advancements in its product offerings, enhance customer experience, and further solidify its position as a cybersecurity leader in Europe.”