BBC News puts spotlight on SafeToNet

 The innovative solution provided by SafeToNet, one of the companies in our London accelerator, for online security has been highlighted by BBC News in a story and video.

 In the video, SafeToNet co-founder Richard Pursey explains how parents can use the app, which is designed to keep the vulnerable safe online. Speaking from the Wayra London accelerator, Richard describes the machine learning technology behind the ingenious software, and we learn of a real-life family that successfully puts SafeToNet into practice.

SafeToNet is no stranger to the limelight, and was one of the winners of a global search for start-ups by the Go Ignite alliance. Also, the start-up co-founder Sharon Pursey, won the Women in Business Rising Star 2017 award.
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