British firm set to beat hackers
Source: Sunday Times - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Hacks/Cracks A former school dropout who invented a breakthrough anti-hacking system and founded a company to develop it has won backing from funds connected with two of the best-known technology investors. Cryptic Software, founded by David Duke, 33, is completing a . . . A former school dropout who invented a breakthrough anti-hacking system and founded a company to develop it has won backing from funds connected with two of the best-known technology investors. Cryptic Software, founded by David Duke, 33, is completing a near-2m fundraising that will value his company at about 8m. Investors include Southwind, the trust established for his children by Bob Morton, who has interests in companies such as Vislink, Jordec Group and Planit Holdings.

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