Baker Donelson Cybersecurity Accelerator announces the addition of its newest participant: Gyomo, an innovator in anti-phishing solutions. Gyomo is the fourth company to join the program.
Established in 2016, Gyomo offers a novel crowdsourcing + gamification + machine learning approach for protecting companies from phishing attacks. Through just-in-time training using the real phishing emails that already slip through the network, Gyomo enhances and then leverages the collective intelligence of employees in an enterprise to stop phishing attacks right at the point of click. Employees don't just learn about or report phishing attacks; they actually stop them in their tracks before anyone is compromised: employees become active participants in the defense of the network. The distributed nature of Gyomo's crowd-sourced and machine learning solution allows threat response to occur significantly faster than in traditional security models. No longer is security the enemy of productivity.
"Gyomo is excited to be selected to join the Baker Donelson Cybersecurity Accelerator," said Quincy Acklen, CEO and VP of Engineering at Gyomo. "We value the tight-knit mentor relationships at the heart of the Baker Donelson Cybersecurity Accelerator. Baker Donelson has cultivated a cybersecurity ecosystem with mentors, corporate relationships and a commitment to entrepreneurship that can propel Gyomo into the marketplace."
"We're pleased to welcome Gyomo as the fourth participant in our program," said Justin Daniels, the co-chair of the Baker Donelson Cybersecurity Accelerator and Baker Donelson's Atlanta Emerging Companies Group. "The growth our accelerator has experienced is evidence of Atlanta's increasing role as a global hub for cybersecurity. We're committed to working with Gyomo and our other participants to build on the city's cyber leadership, which will be featured during the inaugural Atlanta Cyber Week in October."
Gyomo joins the three current participants in the accelerator: Galaxkey, which offers cloud, email and content security solutions; Authomate, which offers a patented, cloud-based identity and access management solution that is accessed via a smartphone application; and RaceIQ, which offers cybersecurity software for the automotive market to detect and mitigate vehicle data hacks, malware and virus uploads.
About the Baker Donelson Cybersecurity Accelerator
The mission of the Baker Donelson Cybersecurity Accelerator is to accelerate the growth of domestic and international cybersecurity companies within Atlanta's unique cybersecurity ecosystem. It provides office space and connects emerging companies to mentorship, talent, customers and capital. The program offers unique benefits to emerging growth cybersecurity companies, including discounted office space and dedicated mentors with broad experience and a large network in cybersecurity.
About Atlanta Cyber Week
Atlanta Cyber Week is a public-private collaboration led by Baker Donelson and Metro Atlanta Chamber that will host multiple events during the week of October 2 – 6, 2017 to highlight the pillars of the region's burgeoning cybersecurity ecosystem. Each event will be structured to facilitate meaningful discussion on important cybersecurity topics and foster customer development between high-growth cybersecurity companies and the city's unrivaled density of Fortune 1000s.