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Angoka

angoka.io

Founded Year

2019

Stage

Seed VC | Alive

Total Raised

$2.73M

Last Raised

$2.73M | 3 mos ago

About Angoka

ANGOKA is an IoT security company focused on protecting M2M communications for smart cities and mobility. It offers solutions that protect devices’ identities, and its solutions safeguard critical, machine-to-machine communication integrity and data provenance, creating trusted connections in untrustworthy networks. The company was founded in 2019 and is based in Belfast, U.K.

Headquarters Location

The Innovation Centre Queen’s Road

Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT3 9AD,

United Kingdom

+44 02031905000

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Angoka Patents

Angoka has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Block ciphers
  • Cryptographic protocols
  • Cryptography
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

8/22/2020

Cryptography, Block ciphers, Key management, Feistel ciphers, Cryptographic protocols

Application

Application Date

8/22/2020

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Cryptography, Block ciphers, Key management, Feistel ciphers, Cryptographic protocols

Status

Application

Latest Angoka News

Belfast’s Angoka raises £2.4m to grow IoT cybersecurity business

Nov 11, 2022

Angoka chair Steve Berry. Image: Angoka Angoka will use the latest investment to fund its grow its cybersecurity services for IoT and mobility internationally. Northern Irish cybersecurity company Angoka has raised £2.4m in a funding round to accelerate its growth in the aviation and road transport industries. Based in Belfast, Angoka is an IoT security company focused on protecting machine-to-machine communications for smart cities and mobility. It develops technology that protects devices’ identities and safeguards critical communications integrity and data provenance. “We are growing in order to match the fast moving developments in the cybersecurity spaces specifically in aviation, transport and the internet of things,” said Angoka chair Steve Berry. “We have achieved strong and convincing results in live and real world tests, and these are consolidating our reputation as leaders in the field.” Angoka will use the latest funding to fuel its international growth plans, grow its team and accelerate the design and delivery of its cybersecurity services. Other than Belfast, Angoka has offices in London and The Hague. London-based 24Haymarket led investment in the round, which was also joined by Gallos and the Co-Investment Fund (NI) through Clarendon Fund Managers. Paul Tselentis, CEO of 24Haymarket, said he believes Angoka can “set standards” in securing mission-critical communications for the mobility sector. “Providing secure machine-to-machine communication is key to enabling the development of the next generation of ground and air mobility,” he said following the investment, announced yesterday (10 November). Angoka was one of eight start-ups vying for the top spot in the Irish leg of the  KPMG Global Tech Innovator 2022 , which was eventually bagged by Limerick’s  Provizio . It also emerged victorious at a cybersecurity pitching event hosted by Enterprise Ireland in June, bagging it a nomination for the European Cybersecurity Startup Award. Angoka has partnered with several projects in the UK Research and Innovation’s Future Flight Challenge. This includes Skyway, in which air traffic corridors in the south of England have been designated for drones and unmanned aircraft – for which it will provide hacker-proof security. “We are moving faster than ever towards the commercialisation of automated flight across many sectors ranging from search and rescue to logistics and traffic management,” added Berry. “[Our] technologies are unique to remotely operated vehicles and drones that are used for commercial and logistic purposes, including unmanned medical deliveries, site inspections, geographical surveys, search and rescue operations, and emergency services support.” 10 things you need to know direct to your inbox every weekday. Sign up for the  Daily Brief , Silicon Republic’s digest of essential sci-tech news.

Angoka Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Angoka founded?

    Angoka was founded in 2019.

  • Where is Angoka's headquarters?

    Angoka's headquarters is located at The Innovation Centre, Belfast.

  • What is Angoka's latest funding round?

    Angoka's latest funding round is Seed VC.

  • How much did Angoka raise?

    Angoka raised a total of $2.73M.

  • Who are the investors of Angoka?

    Investors of Angoka include Clarendon Fund Managers, 24Haymarket, GALLOS, Mobility Lab, Software Republique Incubator and 6 more.

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