Darin Andersen, a former executive in San Diego for the anti-virus developer Eset, is running CyberHive San Diego.

A US-based cybersecurity incubator, CyberHive San Diego, has been set up in California for 20 start-ups modeled after a peer at bwtech@UMBC, the University of Maryland’s Baltimore centre for innovation and entrepreneurship.

The CyberHive Maryland is within 15 miles of the US’s National Security Agency at Fort Meade, and includes a Cync programme created under a partnership with defence firm Northrop Grumman to develop technologies for protecting information technology systems.

Darin Andersen, a former executive in San Diego for the anti-virus developer Eset, is running CyberHive San…

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