Corizance, one of the Police Digital Security Centre’s Digital Security Innovators are one of 10 startup companies globally to have been selected for the prestigious F10 Singapore incubation program.
F10 (www.f10.global) is a global ecosystem of startups, companies, and investors in the FinTech and InsurTech domains. F10 offers Incubation and Acceleration programs for promising startups that aim to shape the future of FinTech and InsurTech. Members of each cohort get access to mentorship from industry experts and major institutions like SIX, Julias Baer, PwC, R3, Capgemini, etc. Members also get to interact with a vast network of investors and potentially receive seed/pre-seed funding.
As part of the March 2021 cohort, Corizance will work closely with F10 for the next five months to refine and accelerate their go-to-market strategy, plans, and product development.
Suresh Rukmangathan, Founder & CEO of Corizance, said: “This success brings us closer to our dream of redefining risk management, and we’re highly excited to associate with F10 and our fellow-cohort members”.
Cheyne Marley of the Police Digital Security Centre said: “Suresh and his team at Corizance have worked hard and as an organization and the Police DSC acknowledge the level of commitment and trust building that has been achieved. Being selected for the F10 Incubation Program, provides an acknowledgement of Corizance and its contribution to the cyber world”.
Corizance (www.corizance.com) is an innovative risk management platform that uses AI to connectedly manage, monitor multiple kinds of non-financial risks, make predictive insights in real-time, and automate workflows, all in one place.
Developed in collaboration with BSI (British Standards Institution), the Police Digital Security Centre’s Digital Security Innovator scheme is aimed at start-ups who are seeking an independent assessment of their product or service, including concepts of design. This can help them secure funding from investors or support an application for one of the industry-backed incubator programmes.