Baker Donelson’s Atlanta-based cybersecurity technology accelerator last week added a fourth company to its portfolio. The latest addition, WitFoo, is behind an incident response platform that uses automation and analytics to help companies assess potential and ongoing cybersecurity issues.

As part of the accelerator, WitFoo will work with the accelerator’s seven cybersecurity mentors to develop and scale their product, and will receive six months’ worth of subsidized legal counsel from Baker Donelson attorneys. The company joins three other startups participating in the accelerator: automotive security company RaceIQ, data encryption company Galaxkey, and authentication platform Authomate.

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