Tampa Bay Wave names 15 cybersecurity startups for 2023 CyberTech|X Accelerator Cohort

Tampa Bay Wave, a nonprofit technology accelerator for entrepreneurs, has announced the startups that will participate in its CyberTech|X 2023 Accelerator program including companies from Australia, Israel, Mexico and Singapore.

The  CyberTech|X 2023 Accelerator is a 3-month tech business accelerator program that offers companies access to key resources such as a dedicated team of experts, mentoring from notable tech founders and cybersecurity industry giants, sales training, pitch coaching and investor introductions in an environment designed to support and drive high-scale growth, according to a statement.

Companies in the program (listed below) will also participate in Wave’s Pitch Night, at the conclusion of the program on March 29, to pitch their companies to an audience of accredited investors, venture capitalists, Tampa Bay community members and cybersecurity industry leaders.

Key funding partners for the cohort include A-LIGN,  KnowBe4 and EY; plus strategic partners: 360 Advanced and Bank of America.

The CyberTech|X 2023 Accelerator cohort includes:


Sydney, Australia



Dallas, Texas



Austin, Texas



Irvine, California



Tel Aviv, Israel



Mexico City, Mexico


Infiltron Software Suite

Atlanta, Georgia


Keep Aware

Austin, Texas



Arlington, Virginia


Privacy Lock

Denver, Colorado



Palo Alto, California






Detroit, Michigan


X80 Security




San Francisco, California


Below is the Eventbrite invitation. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cybertechx-2023-welcome-reception-tampa-bay-wave-tickets-469355544067

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