MedCrypt CEO Mike Kijewski said more medical device companies are taking a closer look at security, with new guidelines from the FDA. The company recently graduated from Bay Area accelerator Y Combinator, which invested $150,000. File photo by Jamie Scott Lytle

MedCrypt CEO Mike Kijewski said more medical device companies are taking a closer look at security, with new guidelines from the FDA. The company recently graduated from Bay Area accelerator Y Combinator, which invested $150,000. File photo by Jamie Scott Lytle

MEDCRYPT INC.

CEO: Mike Kijewski

Amount of funding raised to date: $3 million

No. of local employees: 5

Investors: Eniac Ventures, Safeguard Scientifics, Sway Ventures, Nex Cubed, Orinoco Investments, Friedman BioVentures, Y Combinator

Headquarters: Encinitas

Year founded: 2016

Company description: MedCrypt develops software to help medical device companies protect user data.

Medical device companies are turning a closer eye to security, and Encinitas software startup MedCrypt is prepared to help them...

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