Cylon: 3 top London startups hacking hacking

Topics Related articles Share this page With bank hacks, photo hacks, government hacks, wifi hacks, email hacks and no doubt plenty more leaky digital systems just waiting for cheeky chancers or organised criminals to find weaknesses in, cybertech has perhaps never been hotter property. Having officially launched in April and recently taken in its second cohort of cybertech startups, Tech City News takes a look at three top alumni from the first cohort of London’s first security accelerator Cylon. What is it?  AimBrain is building the next-generation platform for mobile biometric authentication. The company has developed an industry-leading and patent-pending technology that uses machine-learning to track advanced user biometrics: not only what users do with their device, but also how they do it. AimBrain monitors features such as touch location, pressure, typing speed and tremor.…


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