Rule4 chosen as Colorado company to watch

Global cybersecurity and emerging technology advisory services firm Rule4 has been selected from more than 1,100 nominations in the one to watch category.

Global cybersecurity and emerging technology advisory services firm Rule4 has been selected from more than 1,100 nominations as one of 50 Colorado Companies to Watch (CCTW). Rule4 provides cybersecurity and emerging technology advisory services from its headquarters in Boulder, Colorado.

Established in 2009, the CCTW programme recognises high-performing second-stage companies (i.e., companies that have moved out of the startup phase into a growth period) that are successfully adding full-time jobs and millions in revenue to the Colorado economy.

Winners are recognised for their pioneering achievements in marketplace success, growth, job creation, innovative products and services, economic impact, community enrichment, philanthropy, and corporate culture.

Many previous winners of the CCTW Award are now household names, including Left Hand Brewing Company (2010), PopSockets (2017), and Otterbox (2009).

Rule4's Co-Founder and Co-CEO Trent R. Hein says: "This is an incredible honour. It's exciting to be recognised within the overall business and entrepreneurial community, not just tech.

"We're confident that we'll continue to grow and have a positive impact on the communities around us."

Founded in late 2018, Rule4 is an entirely bootstrapped, 100% employee-owned company serving mission-driven organizations. Co-Founder and Co-CEO Dan Mackin added: "There is no question" that Rule4 will retain its Colorado headquarters as it expands and will "continue to help build and give back to the community that has been so good to us over the years.

"There are few places in the world better suited to balancing work with adventure and providing awesome quality of life for your team."

Rule4's team of advisors provides custom services that typically fall under the umbrellas of cybersecurity, technical leadership, application security, incident response, and OT/ICS security.

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