Templarbit launches Startup Security Program
A free program that provides startups with everything they need regarding security
San Francisco, California — August 06, 2018 – Templarbit Inc., a cybersecurity company specializing in securing applications, is proud to announce the Startup Security Program. The Templarbit Startup Security Program is a free program focused on helping young companies put in place the security practices and tools that are required in today’s sensitive business climate.
“Since founding Templarbit a bit over a year ago we have worked closely with large enterprises and many startups on their security initiatives. We have noticed that startup teams, working on b2b products, that are trying to sell to bigger companies often face a security review process during their sales motion.,” said Bjoern Zinssmeister, CEO and Co-founder of Templarbit.
Bjoern goes on to say, “We have helped many founders get through this process by reviewing security questionnaires and coaching them on policies and tools. We would like to help many more founders. That is why we have compiled the lessons into the Templarbit Startup Security Program.”
Startups accepted into the program will receive:
- Everything they need from a security perspective to close enterprise customers
- A full security audit on their web apps, APIs and endpoints
- A security for sales workshop that will help them navigate questionnaires & requirements
- A Templarbit Enterprise license to that will cover all of their AppSec needs
For a startup to qualify, they must be part of a supported accelerator program and have raised less than $2MM in venture funding. Head to the Startup Security Program page to learn more and apply.
Founded in 2017 by Bjoern Zinssmeister and Matthias Kadenbach, Templarbit develops simple to deploy, intelligent security solutions that leverage Artificial Intelligence to protect software applications from cyber-attacks and data loss. The company recently secured a $3MM seed investment, led by venture capital firm 205 Capital and joined by Y Combinator and Lightspeed Venture Partners.