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Cyber Squared Inc. Named “Hottest Bootstrap” Company in the Washington D.C. Area by NVTC

Cyber Squared Inc. won the “Hottest Bootstrap” award at the 13th Annual Northern Virginia Technology Council’s (NVTC) Hot Ticket Awards held on Tuesday, June 24, 2014 at Redskins Park in Ashburn, VA. Cyber Squared is a global provider of threat intelligence and security technology solutions and is the company behind the leading threat intelligence platform, ThreatConnect™.

Over 500 NVTC members came together to celebrate the 64 finalists at the Hot Ticket Awards. The “Hottest Bootstrap” award honors the region’s best and brightest entrepreneurial technology companies who have demonstrated a high level of growth and success without needing venture capital funding. Cyber Squared continues its highly efficient use of its internally generated cash flow to grow its consulting and product businesses. The company currently has 35 employees worldwide, and plans to double in size in the coming year. The company’s growth is primarily a result of sales of its flagship product ThreatConnect. Sales of ThreatConnect have increased more than 72% since the beginning of 2014 and its order backlog has grown over 600%. Over 66% of ThreatConnect’s 2,500+ users come from referrals to register for their free basic account. Cyber Squared plans to hire more cyber analysts, software developers, sales, and operations personnel to support their continued growth.

“We are so proud of our growth since our company’s launch in 2011, and the future is looking bright,” said Cyber Squared Inc. CEO Adam Vincent. “Our services team continues to be a leader in the consulting industry, and our product ThreatConnect is only one year old and currently the most comprehensive threat intelligence platform on the market. We could not be happier with the recognition that NVTC gave us amidst some stiff competition and we congratulate all of the other winners and finalists as well. We stand in good company among the stellar nominees and past alumni recipients of the NVTC Hot Ticket Awards.”

ThreatConnect is the most comprehensive threat intelligence platform on the market today. With ThreatConnect, users can easily aggregate, analyze, and act on all of the threat intelligence data they receive, effectively share data with trusted connections, and keep historical threat data all in one place.

For more information on ThreatConnect, please visit: www.threatconnect.com. Register for a free account today at http://www.threatconnect.com/product/product_editions.

About Cyber Squared Inc.

Cyber Squared Inc., is a global provider of threat intelligence and security technology solutions. Cyber Squared’s ThreatConnect™ provides the most advanced, collaborative threat intelligence platform combining threat data collection and advanced analysis. Designed by top security analysts but employable by anyone, Cyber Squared’s ThreatConnect enables the security community to develop a more complete understanding of threats targeting their organizations through automated and dynamic threat intelligence. More than 2,500 users and organizations worldwide leverage the power of ThreatConnect every day to aggregate, analyze, and act to counter targeted cyber attacks. The ThreatConnect Community can be accessed by visiting www.threatconnect.com. Learn more about Cyber Squared Inc. at www.cybersquared.com.

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