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Think Cyber Security Ltd

Status: Active

Jul 15th 2021 - Nov 16th 2021

25 days left

ThinkCyber combines theoretical and practical behavioural science with its proprietary software to reduce cybersecurity risks for its users and safeguards them through user-centric solutions. The company's 'Redflags' software understands and tracks user behaviour at a point in time whether they're opening a suspicious email, changing a password, and plugging in a USB stick etc. The software nudges users to make secure decisions, delivering ongoing behavioural change. ThinkCyber aspires to become a contender in a security awareness training market worth $2.5 billion which is expected to grow to $10 billion by 2023. ThinkCyber has won clients at TescoBank, Cambridge University and signed paid trials with Vodafone, Unilever and Qinetiq. The company states they will use the investment to scale its sales team, scale-up product development to deliver enterprise features for current trials, and boost marketing/speaking events to attract more customers.

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  • £293,500
    pledged
  • 117%
    of goal

    £250,000
    target

    £3,337,444
    pre-money valuation

    6.97%
    equity available

    12
    investors

    £24,458
    pledge per investor

    10507336
    company number

    Active
    company status

    01/12/2016
    incorporated 5 years

    £0.25
    share price

    Previous Funding rounds
    15 Jul 21 Angels Den £293,500 / 117%
    News

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    pledged
  • 117%
    of goal

    £250,000
    target

    £3,337,444
    pre-money valuation

    6.97%
    equity available

    12
    investors

    £24,458
    pledge per investor

    10507336
    company number

    Active
    company status

    01/12/2016
    incorporated 5 years

    £0.25
    share price

    Previous Funding rounds
    15 Jul 21 Angels Den £293,500 / 117%
    News
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