As many of you know, as Hackquarters, we are trying to support many initiatives. But we must admit that our love for enterprises in which we have organic ties is different. Recently, there has been another initiative that we are proud of as a team: Loki.
Due to its cloud technology, Loki allows you to make your network smart and manageable from a single point. That is, without any technical knowledge or different devices. Recently, Loki has been invited to the Startup Fair entrepreneurship fair in Lithuania. Loki, which is among the finalist initiatives selected by thousands of applications by Startup Lithuania, will compete for the grand prize of € 100,000 investment, mentoring and legal support, in Vilnius on May 15-16.
Startup Fair is organized by Startup Lithuania and founded by the Lithuanian government to support the entrepreneurial ecosystem. It is one of the largest entrepreneurial organizations in the region. Startup Fair focuses specifically on Northern Europe, the Baltic and former Soviet countries. It rarely invites initiatives from outside its territory to the organization. We wish success to Loki as Hackquarters team at Pitch Battle organization in Startup Fair, which brings together investors, mentors and initiatives from all over the world.
Loki aims to easily solve internet security in cafes, restaurants, offices and houses with its cloud base.
The initiative, founded by Turkish engineers Ahmet Polat and Sercan Tarakçıoğlu in Izmir, prevents threats from the Internet. With Loki, users can secure their internet service with a simple interface, monitor network traffic easily and define separate privileges to individuals without the need for a technical person.
Loki’s target customers are SMEs such as cafes, restaurants, offices, shared areas, and branches of corporate companies. Outstanding features of the initiative are: user and group based management, antivirus, firewall, legal logging and integrated VPN service in accordance with the law #5651.