Since 23 March 2020, Plexal (which delivers the government-backed LORCA cyber programme) has been working with Beauhurst to analyse the impact the pandemic is having on the funding landscape for
In just over a month, the world has been changed by COVID-19 in staggering ways. Industries have pivoted, supply chains have begun manufacturing new products to deal with the crisis
The UK5G Testbed and Trials Working Group was created to understand the specific challenges in the UK’s 5G ecosystem, as well as coordinate progress across the trials and testbeds taking place to uncover potential use cases for 5G.
Privitar, which is a member of our cybersecurity programme LORCA, has announced that it’s completed an $80m Series C funding round led by Warburg Pincus, a global private equity firm focused on growth investing
We’re delivering LORCA, which runs year-long cybersecurity accelerators every six months. And we’re excited to reveal that applications for our fifth cohort are open now.
We’re excited to reveal that Plexal has partnered with global innovation platform SOSA as part of SOSA’s expansion into the UK.
Hot on the heels of news that UK tech investment reached a record £10.1bn in 2019, we’re excited to announce that RazorSecure, a member of our LORCA programme, has raised £2.6m in its latest funding round.
We’re excited to introduce you to the 20 scaleups we’ve selected to join our fourth cohort of cyber innovators, which is also our largest and most international yet.
LORCA, the cybersecurity programme Plexal’s delivering, has today launched a global open call for its fourth cohort of cyber scaleups.
LORCA, the cybersecurity programme Plexal’s innovation team is delivering for the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, has just welcomed 15 scaleups to its third cohort. If you remember,
We’re excited to reveal that Plexal has partnered with the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA), City of New York, and the New York Economic Development Corporation.
LORCA, the government-backed cybersecurity programme Plexal’s delivering along with Deloitte and the Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) at Queen’s University Belfast