Detroit cybersecurity startup Hush selected for accelerator program

DETROIT–The cybersecurity startup Hush has been selected for the 2023 accelertor program of MissionLink, which connects innovative startups with national security insiders, commercial sector customers, and investors.

These connections place members on a fast track to developing the next generation of solutions the government can use to address national security threats.

“We are honored to join the MissionLink.Next 2023 cohort,” said Mykolas Rambus, Hush CEO and co-founder. “We recognize the growing need for cybersecurity solutions that protect the privacy of government entities and civil servants. We are excited to continue developing our technology with the help of MissionLink so we can reach a wider audience in the public sector.”

Added board member Andy Lustig, partner at Cooley LLP: “Hush’s AI driven cybersecurity platform is innovative and timely, critical to the mission of national security, and we are eager to have Mykolas Rambus a part of MissionLink’s trusted innovation ecosystem.”

MissionLink is a non-profit trade association specializing in cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, biotechnology, and other emerging technologies which are all key priorities for national security. The program provides members with mentorship, resources, and access to a network of investors and potential partners. For more information, visit

Hush is a cybersecurity platform powered by an advanced AI designed to protect businesses against social engineering, impersonation, phishing, and brand risk. More at

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