TECH

Stockholm-based data and consent management service company iGrant.io has been chosen by BestStartup.eu as one of the ‘101 top security start-ups and companies in Sweden’ for this year.

Maltese tech veteran Godwin Caruana stands at the helm of said company as a Founding Partner.

“We are happy to be selected among the best Swedish start-ups and companies in Sweden. Kudos to all other start-ups and companies for getting in this elite list,” Dr Caruana wrote on social media.

Godwin Caruana / harvest.tech

BestStartup.eu, which aims to showcase ‘the top companies in Europe’, stated that the companies included in the aforementioned list “are taking a variety of approaches to innovating the security industry.”

Every single one of the companies mentioned by BestStartup.eu excels in one of the following categories: innovation, growth, management, and societal impact.

IGrant.io was founded in 2017 and seeks to provide clients with a secure, flexible, and trustworthy means of sharing personal data.

Dr Caruana has held his role at the company since June 2018. He also serves as a Director at Apco Limited and PTL Ltd, as Chief Technology Officer at 1923 Investments, and as CEO and CTO at Harvest Technology.

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