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It Takes a Community to Raise a Company

It Takes a Community to Raise a Company

Founding a technology company, let alone a cybersecurity firm, is not for the faint of heart.

It takes more than just a great idea or great team to build a successful venture.

It takes a supportive community willing to provide a variety of critical assistance – from early stage capital to access to mentors and advisors to programs to accelerator growth. Most importantly, it takes early adopters willing to give a start-up a chance to prove their technology and value.

A Conversation with David Shipley

A Conversation with David Shipley

In an interview with INFOSEC NORTH, David explores why he founded Beauceron Security, the impact of his platform, and how he is truly enabling organizations to treat cyber security and risk as a business issue, not just an IT problem. He provides advice for future entrepreneurs, and highlights how companies need to evolve its hiring and recruiting practices to address the acute talent shortage in the market.

Risky business: Quantifying unknown unknowns

Risky business: Quantifying unknown unknowns

Throughout history unanticipated decisions by human beings has yielded unexpected consequences.

Despite the lessons of history, the same decisions and unexpected consequences unveil themselves on a daily basis via the news and social media as the unforeseen impacts of cybercrime. We have all heard and read the cybercrime narratives. The question is why, and, what should be done about it.

Beauceron lands more than $500,000 in equity investment

Beauceron lands more than $500,000 in equity investment

Beauceron Security Inc. a startup founded at the University of New Brunswick, has secured more than $500,000 in equity funding from private and public investors.

“We are thrilled to launch New Brunswick’s newest fully funded cybersecurity firm and extraordinarily grateful for the tremendous support we’ve received from the university, our investors and our early adopter clients,” says David Shipley, CEO of Beauceron Security.