Four cybersecurity companies, including two based on Long Island, will present their pitches to a panel of investors next month.
The Long Island Capital Alliance, a nonprofit capital formation and business development organization, is hosting the Cybersecurity Capital Forum on June 9 from 8 to 11 a.m. at 68 S. Service Rd. in Melville.
The keynote speaker will be Lee Noriega, co-founder of Melville-based Oxford Solutions, a company that monitors and manages customers’ security operations.
The presenting companies are: Bay Shore-based IP Video Corporation, which develops internet video management and command center software; Northport-based Code DX, which has a software vulnerability management system; Manhattan-based GTop Group Corp.’s Media Maestro, which provides monitoring of emails, satellite imagery, social networks, security systems, websites and apps, security databases, and video recordings; and Charleston, South Carolina-based Mission Solutions Group, which has products that provide infrastructure and services support around the world to the federal government.
At the forum, each of the companies will present to an audience of venture capital firms, investment banks, private equity firms, and angel and high-net-worth investors. The investor panel will comment on the presenters’ commercial viability and on investment conditions in the cybersecurity sector.
The three investor panelists include: William Reinisch, venture partner of the Paladin Capital Group, who is responsible for the investment activities of the Washington, D.C.-based company’s New York office; John Stack, a managing director at McLean, Virginia-based the McLean Group and leader of the aerospace practice; Michael Beck, independent angel investor and principal of advisory group EX Consulting LLC based in Brooklyn.
The event is open to members of LICA at no cost. Nonmembers can pay on-site to attend or register in advance for $65. For more information, visit www.licapital.org/events.