Luckily, there’s a range of cybersecurity businesses and start-ups attempting to solve this issue through innovative new technologies.
We look at some recent projects and partnering opportunities tackling cybersecurity challenges.
These engines include;
- Static analyses
- Sandbox runs programs on a virtual environment
- Dynamic analyses (monitors the behaviour of currently running programs)
- Machine learnings
- Vulnerability attack protection
The advantage of this technology is that it does not depend on pattern files. So far, the programs have detected several major threats and the engines are regularly updated with the latest research and information. In addition, the software requires no signature, a benefit for companies who do not wish to have their data drawn into the cloud.
The company has been very successful in Japan and are now looking to expand into European markets with the help of a partner. Their ideal partner would be an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) company working in Internet Security.
Protecting Data, Assets and Brands Against Global Cyber Attacks
A German company has developed an automated platform to deal with global cybersecurity threats more efficiently.
The technology allows users to;
- Benefit from ad-hoc assistance in emergencies
- Simplify their security processes
- Safely share threat information with a range of stakeholders and organisations
- Contribute to a collaborative database
Some of the benefits of this platform include;
- Automated incident response management
- Real-time alerts
- Data fusion on a large scale
- Easy integration
- Secure collaboration
- Varied deployment models
- Helps users understand and monitor threats worldwide
The company is now looking for help with the commercialisation of the business. They are seeking European or Asian partners to aid with sales, marketing and delivery.
Helping SMEs Improve Their Information Security
A British company has developed a bespoke service for SMEs, helping them to improve their security and technology solutions.
This service includes;
- Privacy/ GDPR
- Business continuity
- Disaster recovery
- Collaboration technologies
- Blockchain/IoT/AI/Cloud computing
The company prides itself on strong face-to-face communication and their ability to tailor services to meet the needs of specific clients. They are currently looking to make commercial partnerships with businesses looking to improve their cybersecurity.
24/7 Security and Events Management
An Israeli company has developed a new solution to help organisations manage internal and external cyber threats. This real-time technology is available worldwide and offers a reliable, individualised service.
The service includes;
- Risk assessments
- A flexible pricing model
The advantage of a 24/7 security service is that users can speak to security specialists at any time, and alerts are handled in real-time.
The company is looking for commercial agents in the cybersecurity sector to expand their client base.
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