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Oneclick accepted onto PwC’s Cyber Program

oneclick AG has announced it has been accepted onto PwC’s Cyber Programme. In collaboration with CyLon, the initiative aims to support high potential scale-up businesses focused on building a more secure and innovative digital economy.

The 10-week programme, taking place in London, has selected eight of the brightest companies that are disrupting the cyber security industry and will help them raise their profile, identify commercial opportunities and prepare for growth. As part of its participation in the programme, oneclick will undertake a business development curriculum and receive advice from entrepreneurs, decision makers and thought leaders within their space on topics such as leadership, operational growth, investor readiness and sales and marketing.

The programme will culminate in an Executive Evening, a corporate pitching event that will invite participants to present to PwC and CyLon’s network of senior executives, industry leaders and decision makers.

Founded in 2015, oneclick is an immediately available PaaS for the provisioning of digital workspaces. Its security offering provides users with a secure alternative to classic VPN with isolated container for each connection so that data never leaves the hosting location.

Dominik Birgelen, CEO of oneclick commented: “As a business, we are committed to delivering excellence and striving to improve the solutions we offer to our customers. At such a significant period of growth for oneclick, we are excited to be selected for PwC’s Cyber Programme that looks to recognise the most innovative scale-ups within the cyber security space. PwC’s programmes have supported over 240 scale-ups and we’re thrilled to be a part of it to continue developing our business.”

This is the second time oneclick has been selected to become part of PwC’s business scale up initiatives. In March 2019, the company announced it has been selected as part of PwC’s Scale Up Programme, which offered oneclick AG advice on how to grow and scale-up as a business.

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