Revolutionizing Cybersecurity: 17 AI Startups Shaping the Future

In the wake of escalating cybersecurity concerns, driven by the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, innovative minds are stepping forward to address the critical issue of disinformation. Ukrainian entrepreneurs Andriy Kusyy and Ksenia Iliuk have given life to LetsData, an AI-powered solution providing real-time threat detection and analysis. This startup has not only experienced rapid growth but has also become part of the second cohort of the Google for Startups Growth Academy: AI for Cybersecurity program.


Google for Startups Growth Academy: AI for Cybersecurity

The selected 17 startups, hailing from nine countries across Europe and North America, are poised to make a significant impact on the cybersecurity landscape. Joining this program means access to Google’s invaluable tools, partners, and best practices, empowering them to scale their operations and contribute to making the world a safer place.

Empowering Startups for a Safer World

The three-month program, commencing on February 15 at the Google Safety Engineering Center in Munich, promises a personalized growth journey for each startup. With one-on-one interactions with Google AI and cybersecurity experts, these startups will gain essential skills and strategies to grow responsibly.

Meet the Cohort: 17 Trailblazing Startups

As we delve into the diverse lineup of startups in the program, it’s evident that each brings a unique approach to the realm of cybersecurity.

1. Alma Security (New York, U.S.)

Alma Security acts as a vigilant guardian for your apps, seamlessly integrating into any production environment to ensure end-to-end protection without requiring code changes.

2. Authologic (Warsaw, Poland)

Building a global e-ID hub, Authologic focuses on government-issued digital IDs, identity wallets, and bank IDs via API, enhancing digital identity verification.

3. BforeAI (Montpellier, France)

BforeAI aids companies in predicting and preventing attacks, particularly defending against fake websites or accounts that could harm a company’s reputation.

4. Blacklight (London, UK)

Blacklight employs AI to create an intelligent security system, identifying and preventing cyber threats before they escalate, ensuring robust cybersecurity.

5. Cakewalk (Berlin, Germany)

Cakewalk simplifies Access Management, making employees’ app access seamless and secure, with features like full app discovery and automated access requests.

6. (Paris, France)

Specializing in making AI actionable, transforms large language models into practical tools for businesses, securely augmenting teams with industry-specific AI solutions.

7. Ethiack (Coimbra, Portugal)

Ethiack introduces an autonomous ethical hacking platform that continuously tests for weaknesses, identifies vulnerabilities, and provides guidance on fixing them.

8. (New York, U.S.) automates fixing cloud security issues, ensuring correct functionality while addressing security policy violations—a smart mechanic for your cloud systems.

9. HACKERverse (Chicago, U.S.)

HACKERverse emerges as an AI-driven cybersecurity marketplace, community, and digital events host, allowing buyers to explore solutions through automated demos.

10. Kriptos (Miami, U.S.)

Kriptos analyzes, classifies, and labels documents automatically using AI, preventing data leakage, enhancing cybersecurity, and ensuring compliance.

11. LetsData (Dover, U.S.)

LetsData offers an AI radar against disinformation, providing real-time media monitoring in over 50 countries to navigate risks and opportunities proactively.

12. Nijta (Lille, France)

Nijta enables companies to use recorded customer calls to improve services while safeguarding privacy, using AI to anonymize voices in recordings.

13. Patchstack (Pärnu, Estonia)

Patchstack focuses on covering the complete lifecycle of open-source security, identifying vulnerabilities, and assisting vendors in fixing security issues.

14. Quantum Dice (Oxford, UK)

Quantum Dice leverages quantum properties for secure encryption, employing a patented self-certifying Quantum Random Number Generator.

15. ShareID (Neuilly-sur-Seine, France)

ShareID offers an authentication-as-a-service solution, combining government IDs with facial scans for extra secure authentication to sensitive services.

16. Talsec (Brno, Czech Republic)

Talsec acts as a security agent inside phone apps, providing tools for app developers to protect against hackers, hide important information, and find malware.

17. Zepo (Ciudad Real, Spain)

Zepo delivers an integrated and automated AI-powered solution addressing human risk—the biggest cybersecurity gap—helping customers safeguard employees and digital assets.

Conclusion: A Safer Digital Future

As these startups embark on their transformative journey with the Google for Startups Growth Academy, the collective vision is clear — to contribute to a safer digital future. With innovation at the forefront, these AI-driven solutions are not only reshaping the landscape of cybersecurity but also inspiring a collaborative effort towards a secure and interconnected world. For more information about Google for Startups Growth Academy and other offerings, visit

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